Property Preservation Information For Pennsylvania

Here’s what you will find on this page:

  1. Property Preservation Companies Currently Hiring in Pennsylvania
  2. HUD Pricing for Pennsylvania
  3. Contractor Law Summary
  4. Property Preservation Industry Info Specific To Pennsylvania

Property Preservation Industry Info Specific To PA

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Pennsylvania Contractor Law Summary For Property Preservation Vendors

In Pennsylvania a lawsuit involving a claim of $12,000.00 or less can be filed in Magisterial District Court. For claims over $12,000.00, the lawsuit must be filed in the Court of Common Pleas. These documents contain information to fight back against your clients who do not pay you for Property Preservation services you completed for them within the state of PA.

Downloadable PDF Guides- Navigating the Oregon Courts

pennsylvania_magisterial_district_courts_brochure.pdf

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Pennsylvania Construction Law Compendium

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THE INFORMATION ON THIS PAGE IS BELIEVED TO BE RELIABLE BUT IS NOT GUARANTEED. ALL VISITORS AGREE TO USE IT AT THEIR OWN RISK AND ACKNOWLEDGE THAT THE INFORMATION WITHIN THESE PAGES MAY CHANGE AT ANY TIME. IT IS ALWAYS WISE TO SEEK LEGAL ADVICE FROM A QUALIFIED ATTORNEY REGARDING THESE TYPES OF DISPUTES.

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  1. We been in the business for a little of two years working for safeguard in pa. We have about 6 crews we bill about $20-25k weekly but it seems like we’re just chasing our tail trying to make money. Any advice?
    This is first time I saw your site

    1. From experience, you can’t get large in the Preservation Industry if you want to stay sane. The mega companies like Safeguard are set up to keep their vendors small and not in competition for their contracts. I work with several other companies, and it’s the same across the board. I refuse to do business with Safeguard because they are by far the worst with ridiculous discounts and unwarranted back charges/no charges for work that they are still billing for to their clients. Also, employees are one of the hardest aspects to get under control in this industry. Pricing matrixes are not set up to allow for billable time. I think the cost estimators say that it should cost $37.50 to clean a fridge and if that’s all you are doing at the property, then you’ve just lost money even paying an employee minimum wage. When you take losses like that, your clients say that it will balance out with other jobs, but the truth is it doesn’t That’s why you are chasing your tail. I’ve downsized my company and got rid of all of my employees besides an office staff member. I’m outsourcing my overflow to subs and taking a small percentage. I’m trying to do things a little differently and see if that works. If you are interested, I’d be happy to discuss our partner opportunities with you. -Doug

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