Historical Weather Data
Weather Underground typically forces me to the nearest airport. I looked into CoreLogic, but unsure of cost.
Any advice on best option for securing weather data? Specifically wind with all of the fraudulent dates we get reported here in FL. I'd love some options and pricing.
Posted: 01/12/2021 6:05 AM Replies: 2
Matterport for Fire losses
How accurately does Matterport measure, and also how would it work in a debris laden room?
Posted: 09/16/2020 8:36 AM Replies: 0
Looking at any and all viable options to use 360 tech to produce esx files Any help on this issue would be awesome.
Posted: 04/21/2020 5:55 PM Replies: 1
I have been searching the WWW trying to figure out if I should upgrade my Drone and if it will be worth the money. Having a Remote Pilots License for several years and flying drones for even longer, I want to make sure the next DRONE I get is the right one for Adjusting work. I have owned several di
Posted: 02/13/2019 1:33 AM Replies: 0
Which mobile printer is best?
Can anyone suggest the best mobile printer to get. New adjuster here, just about to go through training at Pilot. Was looking at the HP Officejet 250 mobile, but wanted opinions first before taking that plunge. Thanks!
Posted: 07/11/2017 1:45 PM Replies: 3
Which nationally recognized software would be good to validate cost of new construction for your typical 2-3 Bedroom 1200-2000 sf residential structure?
Would it change if you were doing a commercial structure, such as an office building, convenience store or even a casino?
Posted: 11/02/2016 10:29 AM Replies: 2
Has anyone used this company for scheduling claims? Pricing? Is it worth it?
Posted: 10/06/2016 1:08 PM Replies: 5
Cell Phone Booster?
I've been running claims in remote parts of Texas where Verizon's coverage is spotty. I've considered getting a sim card for AT&T on a prepay plan or something like that, but it seems to be a PITA to do, not to mention having to use a different phone number and swap the sim cards out all t
Posted: 12/01/2015 7:28 AM Replies: 1
Cougar Paws vs Vans, Airwalks, and Chuck Taylors, etc.
I've seen a lot of adjusters that prefer skateboard style shoes (vans and airwalks) or basketball shoes like Chuck Taylors over Cougar Paws for steep slope roofs.
It's not that I'm being cheap. I would just like to explore all options. Have any of you used any other type of shoe besides
Posted: 11/23/2015 5:12 PM Replies: 4
I have been a fan of the customtoolbelt.com (cat-man-do) toolbelt for 9 years, and thought I would do a brief review for those who haven't tried it.
This is not an advertisement, I am not being paid. This is an unsolicited opinion to help those who are walking around holding a clipboard in th
Posted: 12/07/2014 6:53 AM Replies: 4