Mammoth Restoration Captures 3D Spaces for Quicker Recovery

Mammoth Restoration 3D space capture
Mammoth Restoration 3D space capture

For Mammoth Restoration, efficiency is everything. From the time it takes to arrive and take action, to determining where, what, and how the damage occurred, filing a claim to insurance carriers and restoring the property; everything relies on acting fast. Not only does this help homeowners and businesses, but also their financial health.

Mammoth Restoration Documenting Damage With 3D Spaces

Documenting damage is critical to assessing damage and scoping restoration and remediation projects accurately. Len Digiacomo (owner) explained that Mammoth Restoration:

“is deeply committed to enhancing services and providing value to our insurance partners, residential and commercial clients. We've embraced this incredible technology which helps us engage with insurance adjusters, building consultants, and owners to improve communication with all stakeholders and ultimately, to get the property owner back in the home or commercial space more quickly.”

In the past, completing work onsite was the most accurate method of estimating losses. Like most restoration companies in the industry, Mammoth Restoration's estimators visited homes, estimated losses and documented conditions with 2D photos and manual measurements.

Prior to using Matterport, it took 2-3 days on average after completing site visits to record estimates. Adjusters, contractors, and homeowners were sometimes frustrated with the lengthy process. Mammoth Restoration is leading the industry by taking a new step in this critical source of documentation; combining 3D capture with the help of Matterport.

3D Capture First: We Begin Every Project by Scanning First

Traditionally, restoration companies scoped projects by sending a technician to photograph and measure homes or businesses — a process that required more than one visit. For Mammoth Restoration, 3D capture transformed the workflow, eliminating the need for multiple visits.

The investment in Matterport has been a rather efficient solution, enabling the company to provide greater transparency of site conditions to insurance company adjusters, third-party claims administrators and property owners.

Mammoth Restoration Estimates, Documents, & Scales Faster

Mammoth Restoration uses 3D capture to document every project, beginning with a pre-mitigation scan.

When Mammoth Restoration receives a call from a customer saying their home or business is damaged, we capture the space with the Matterport Pro2 camera, upload the scan to the Matterport Cloud, and use the 3D model to assess the damage, scope the work, and capture measurements.

“With the Matterport 3D models, we can produce an estimate more efficiently, and as a result, get to the work of restoring properties much more quickly,” Digiacomo said. “By sharing the Matterport 3D models with all parties involved, we've streamlined the entire process of coming to agreements on scope and contract pricing. The 3D model provides everyone with a single, accurate source of documentation to reference throughout the restoration and claims processes, helping us serve more customers, faster.”

Digiacomo credits the Matterport Cloud by giving Mammoth Restoration the ability to annotate mitigation strategies and milestones for every project, addressing questions that property owners and adjusters may ask such as:

If you have any questions about how we are using this incredible 3D imaging technology to serve our local clients or our services altogether, don't hesitate to reach out to us! We'll be happy to answer any questions you have.

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