The July 2016 issue of Cleanfax is online

BIRMINGHAM, AL — This month's issue includes results from Cleanfax's 2016 Restoration Benchmarking Survey Report and much more.


2016 restoration benchmarking survey report

BIRMINGHAM, AL — The July 2016 issue of Cleanfax is available online now by CLICKING HERE, and the print edition should be arriving in homes within soon.

As always, the new issue is full of technical tips for the cleaning and restoration industry, ways to improve your business and all the most-pressing topics for our readers.

Our July cover feature is the 2016 Restoration Benchmarking Survey Report, which offers you the data necessary to compare your own restoration business to your peers’.

Some highlights from this years results include:

  • 57 % of respondents considered water damage restoration their most profitable service.
  • 34% of respondents travel outside their service area for large disaster cleanup.
  • 61 % of respondents saw revenue exceed $250,000 in 2015.
  • The most popular average employee salary across the U.S. is in the $15 to $17 dollar range.

CLICK HERE to check out the full report.

There’s tons more in the July issue, including “5 Easy Ways to Increase the Job Ticket,” in which Cleanfax Single Truck Success contributor Steve Marsh offers ways to increase to increase your bottom line on each job. In it, Marsh writes:

Remember, the customer is dependent upon your advice for how they can best maintain their flooring and upholstered fabrics. They usually don’t know all of the service options you provide unless you educate them on what these are. These easy tips describe some of the best ways for you to explain your services and get the added bonus of increasing the size of your invoices.

Look for the July 2016 issue of Cleanfax online or in your mailbox by mid-month.

Did you miss June issue and its cover story, “The Big Three: Ways to get on Google’s first page”? CLICK HERE for June’s full digital issue.

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