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DESCRIPTIONYou had a loss on your home, whether it be from water or fire. You filed a claim, and the adjuster gave you an option of one or two companies that they deem are, “approved vendors.” The restoration company comes out to the property and begins the mitigation work which takes anywhere from a day to several weeks. http://www.biowashing.com/
- 1. You had a loss on your home, whether it befrom water or fire. You filed a claim, and theadjuster gave you an option of one or twocompanies that they deem are, approvedvendors.
2. The restoration company comes out to theproperty and begins the mitigation work whichtakes anywhere from a day to severalweeks. The job is finally finished and you noticesome discrepancies. What now? 3. What you may not have known, is first andforemost the approved vendor is nothing more thana franchise whos sole base of business comesexclusively from the insurance company. Withoutthis agreement, the franchise would cease toexist. 4. Secondly, it is your full right to request a copy ofthe estimates put together from the restorationcompany to see exactly what they billed foragainst the services provided. So many cases wesee restoration contractors billing for several itemsthat they never completed or a list of equipmentthat never saw the inside of your property. 5. These cases of fraud can exhaust your moniesand leave you with little to nothing when it comesto the reconstruction needed to return your hometo pre-loss conditions. If this should happen, youabsolutely must report this to your insurancecompany. 6. And remember, it is your full right to hirewhichever restoration company you want becausethe only reason insurance companies use thesefranchises is for convenience rather than quality. 7. For more information, visit our website atBIOWASHING.com 8. Thank You