WHY JOIN THE NATIONAL STORM CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION?
So here you find yourself researching the National Storm Contractors Association (NSCA) and wondering to yourself, what separates this organization from the others? What would be the benefits of your organization being part of the National Storm Contractors Association? Below we will define what the National Storm Contractors Association aims to accomplish and answer these important questions!
What exactly is the National Storm Contractors Association? The National Storm Contractors Association is comprised of Meteorologists, Severe Weather Researchers/Storm Chasers coming together with reputable storm restoration experts across the United States. With this partnership, the National Storm Contractors Association aims to effectively bridge the gap between storm victims and reputable local storm restoration solutions.
What type of organizations are the National Storm Contractors Association looking for? The National Storm Contractors Association is looking for organizations that are directly involved in the storm restoration process after severe weather impacts communities. These organizations are comprised of the following: Paintless Dent Repair (Vehicle Damage) - Roofing Repair & Replacement - Full Property Restoration - Debris Removal - Flood Restoration Service - Fire Restoration Service.
What makes the National Storm Contractors Association unique? The National Storm Contractors Association is the first organization of its kind to effectively bring together Meteorologists, Severe Weather Researchers & Storm Chasers with a network of reputable storm restoration experts throughout the United States. Our meteorologists and storm chasers are constantly in field documenting all types of severe weather, including destructive hail, damaging winds, tornadoes, tropical cyclones, and extreme winter storms. The idea of the National Storm Contractors Association came about when the question would be consistently asked by storm victims "where do I go from here?". As a storm chaser the primary focus is to document these extreme elements by streaming live video and provide local National Weather Service offices with ground verification. Storm chasers have only been able to assist storm victims with search and recovery operations, and participate in donation drives. Even if the storm chaser in the damage path knew what the restoration process was, how would that storm chaser know that they would be connecting the storm victim with a reputable solution?
This is why we have formed the National Storm Contractors Association. To provide the growing network of storm chasers with contact information of reputable storm restoration solutions throughout the United States. With meteorologists and storm researchers working together, we can not only just help improve the restoration process for storm victims, we can learn from each other to improve the industry as a whole! Meteorologists and storm chasers have much to learn from reputable restoration experts, especially when it comes to building materials. Storm restoration experts have plenty they can learn from our storm chasers and meteorologists, as severe weather is why the restoration industry exists!
What are the benefits of reputable restoration organizations joining the National Storm Contractors Association? Organizations that join the National Storm Contractors Association will have access to a unique platform that will provide data on severe weather impacted areas. During major severe weather events, our storm chasers in many cases are first on the scene of the damage path. If your organization happens to be our reputable solution that covers the damaged region, you will be notified immediately. Not only does this communication get a reputable solution on the scene first, this gives storm victims access to essential items such as tarps and other supplies to prevent further damage from occurring to property.
As a member of the National Storm Contractors Association, you will receive expert analysis from our meteorology department on all potential severe weather hazards that may impact your service area. Our meteorologists and storm chasers will coordinate with your organization to ensure you are prepared for any severe weather hazards that may be a threat to life and property.
GET ENHANCED HAIL DATA WITH STORM MAPPING
Everyone in the general public can access the FREE version of the Storm Mapping program.. However only members of the National Storm Contractors Association will receive enhanced access to Storm Mapping with extensive hail tracking data!.
Our meteorologists have coordinated with restoration experts to develop a storm mapping solution that makes sense for the storm restoration community! The enhanced version of Storm Mapping will allow you to canvass areas for success, not to guess!
GET 10 STORM DAMAGE APPOINTMENTS WHEN YOU JOIN
Get 10 Storm Damage Appointments when you join the National Storm Contractors Association! Using Storm Mapping, we zero in on areas that have actually been impacted by damaging storms.
Booked in your companies name, home must be at least 5 years old or recently in a high impact zone & appointments will be booked with the property owner. No trailers or rental properties will be booked unless requested.
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What are the requirements to join the National Storm Contractors Association?
The National Storm Contractors Association is aiming to develop a reputable restoration network that is unique. Organizations must have a proven track record of operating with a reputable status. Below are some ways the National Storm Contractors Association will research potential members:
Extensive research into each potential member will take place which will include the following:
- Complete search of social media outlets
- Investigation into local news outlets
- Confirmation of applicable licenses & any other avenues available to determine a reputable status.
If your organization aims at providing quality restoration service and has a reputation of excellence after a severe weather event impacts your service area, please consider joining our National Storm Contractors Association!
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