Foundation Finance: Be Prepared: Disaster Response Contracting

Be Prepared: Disaster Response Contracting

Hurricane season is upon us and natural disasters can happen at any time. After a disaster hits, contractors hurry to the site to be a part of the clean-up effort. For those without experience, it can be a chaotic process and an unstable business move.

Contractors Be Prepared for Disasters

Be prepared for these unexpected natural disasters and set yourself up to respond appropriately with these tips.

  • Ensure you are registered with the appropriate federal, state, or local databases to be eligible to be awarded contracts.
  • Make sure your website is updated with accurate information, services and a sample of your work.
  • Seek out opportunities and submit yourself for contract consideration.
  • Reach out to organizations such as your local Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) who can help you comply with all disaster response regulations.
  • Contact larger contracting firms and offer your company as a sub-contractor.

No one wants to see a natural disaster happen but being prepared to assist in the recovery efforts is a smart business practice. The 2017/2018 season caused extensive damage in the Southeast. Insurance deductibles and project completion time can be an issue for homeowners. Offering a flexible financing option can help ease your customer鈥檚 mind and close the sale.

Read more here.

Note: Use of the terms "Loan," "Lender" and "Borrower" is for ease of reference only. Financings are in the form of retail installment contracts ("RIC").

California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA)Privacy Notice 路聽 NMLS #916914 - NMLS Consumer Access 路 CA DFPI License #: 11386-99 路
漏 2024 路 Foundation Finance Company 路 Website by RVT Solutions

Scroll to Top