FieldBin, a field service management software provider, will offer its application at no cost to any California-based trade company assisting with extreme weather recovery.
FieldBin’s software, which is designed to help contracting, HVAC, plumbing, electrical, landscaping, and other trade companies, will help California trade companies to rebuild their communities and existing businesses.
“California is experiencing unprecedented weather events which have caused tremendous damage, stress, and hardships for residents and businesses across the state,” says Garrett Wilson, FieldBin president. “By offering our software for free to California field service trade companies, we hope that we can ease some of these challenges and help these hard-working professionals better serve the needs of their customers while helping keep their businesses running efficiently, especially as labor shortages remain high.”
Moody’s RMS, a risk-modeling service, estimated the cost from California's floods and infrastructure damage in January alone to be $5-7 billion. AccuWeather Inc., however, put its own estimate far higher at $30 billion, making contractors and other trade professionals in high demand.
Last October, FieldBin offered its application free of charge for one year to any Florida-based trade company assisting with Hurricane Ian recovery.