ROSEMONT, Ill.—September 15, 2021—Whether your company is scoping a water loss or estimating carpet cleaning costs and strategies, job documentation of your plans and processes is essential. In the case of carpet cleaners, customers want to see that pricing breakdown to trust they’ve made a good investment. For restorers, we all know how important telling the story of what happened on a project—initial evaluations, reevaluations, adjustments, etc.—is to justifying pricing to carriers and adjusters.

Whatever service you’re providing, you no doubt have your preferred method of field documentation. When out on a job, some make all their notes and assessments the classic, analog way, with pen/pencil and paper and leave the digital side of documentation for the office—inputting the data later. Others see that as doubling the effort and feel most comfortable inputting everything digitally straight from the field.

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