Craftsman III (WDRT)
Jan (pronounced YAAN) is a native Austinite.
His previous work experience at a mechanic shop and IRS experience helped to improve his critical thinking, troubleshooting, and organizational skills.
He enjoys working with his coworkers and being helpful to his customers.
You will find Jan is a hard-working and honest man who constantly learns new skills and processes to improve his job and the customer’s experience.
As a Craftsman on the Property Damage Mitigation Team, you can expect him to provide 5-star customer service with a great attitude, respect, and communication.
All Nation Restoration provides all of their Craftsman with the best tools and supplies in the industry. So not only will his vehicle, tools, and equipment be clean and organized, but he will also have access to every appropriate tool and all the equipment and supplies he needs to perform the job correctly.
You can rest assured that Jan has rigorous in-house training by a seasoned Craftsman to perform his job above the industry standards defined by the IICRC and TDLR. He is well versed in the correct ways to mitigate every type of property damage; using all protocols and procedures required to execute any work plan, the Project Manager gives accuracy, cleanliness, and precision.
Jan will ensure that all equipment for the job is loaded, delivered in proper working order, appropriately utilized, and set up correctly. Once the job is finished, the equipment and tools are gathered and stowed away properly. Strategic removals will be completed, on-site debris and detachments removed or stored, all job areas cleaned thoroughly, and he will lock up the house or building at the end of the day.
Documentation is essential to all of our customers. Jan understands this and has everything he needs to take moisture readings, written documentation, and photo documentation, having everything uploaded to your file in real-time.
Lastly, you can count on his abilities to communicate efficiently with you and the project manager throughout the process, getting your job moving positively toward the finish line.