When deadlines are close and the projects are complex, restoration managers don’t always have time to walk their techs through each step of the process. That’s where written-out SOPs come in to save your team time and keep them on track. From storing your processes to creating new ones, KnowHow’s solutions can help.
KnowHow is designed to supercharge your restoration skills, providing on-demand guidance when you're onsite and giving you the knowledge you need to tackle any job with confidence and efficiency. It's time you work smarter, not harder.
You don’t have to build your team’s knowledge base from scratch. KnowHow already has hundreds of templates available for you to use and customize. From mold remediation to water damage to fire - and much more!
Already have your own assets? KnowHow’s Customer Success specialists will help you upload your most critical processes in just a few phone calls. There's no need to let your processes collect dust in a binder.
What really sets KnowHow apart is our mobile app, which is designed with restoration & construction workers in mind. It looks great, it’s easy to use, and you don’t have to be a computer whiz to find what you’re looking for.
Your team’s knowledge reaches its full potential when the entire team understands it clearly. KnowHow can translate your processes into over 14 languages in a click, and Howie can provide plain-language support in English, Spanish, and French.
“KnowHow makes onboarding new staff so easy. I just onboarded an Accounts Payable clerk and all the training was in KnowHow. It took no time whatsoever for her to learn how we want things done.”
My advice is to sign up for KnowHow. Our stores in Florida, Texas, and Oklahoma offer consistent training and guidance thanks to KnowHow, ensuring a seamless experience at every location.
"KnowHow brings value to executives and blue-collar workers alike. It's scalable and applicable in diverse sectors, whether your job is software-based or more hands-on and mechanical in nature."
"Our technicians don’t have to go find their Project Manager when they have a question anymore. They have the resources right at their hands to solve any problem, so they show up on a job site prepared."