DryTrack and moisture mapper are the soup du jour but you can just plug them into an excel spreadsheet
We have DryTrack but it's just not really a good fit for us so I have the techs log everything old school on paper then we input into excel and send in with the invoices. It's about 150x...
No, that's something that you purchase that maximizes your product usage and labor usage. The xact price is the same but you are spending money on a machine that in theory maximizes your efficiency and increases your profitability
20 year old van and 5k hours on a machine i think you could probably just give it away and be happy honestly
Nobody in their right mind would give a penny for it
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news
Scrapped for parts is your only play imo
Those are also the lowest margin jobs because the plumbers want a flat $300-$500 referral fee which is a LOT for a normal size water damage
And the prop managers want the cheapest cheap price in the world or they have their maintenance guy "put a fan on it" and then call you in 6 months with a...
Tile on slab I wouldn't touch it, no issues. Only issue would be a poor install where water gets under the tile and pops them up. Seen it a few times but pretty rare and it's obvious tear out cause they are all broken and popping up
Generally speaking they wouldn't touch or even see your mitigation money. I would definately not give 10% in this case and would let homeowner know they owe your full bill. They are instances where I would gladly give 10% cut but not in this case
Little different in this situation. Basically the ram air is a complete scam system. It kind of cleans about 20% of the hvac system at best.
Hvac clean is the biggest scam potential in the cleaning industry
There is basically no verification system and no way to visually clear a job
Scrub with red pad, extract with hard surface wand w/ low psi
Apply new top coat
Basic coatings makes a good line of stuff
IFT to clean
Then SQUEAKY goes on when you rinse
Then their top coat