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Cómo crear estimados del costo de trabajos de yarda
Ha llegado el verano y junto con él la posibilidad de hacer carnes asadas, disfrutar la piscina, tomar un poco de sol, y beber una cerveza bien fría. La llegada del verano también señala la hora de llevar a cabo el mantenimiento de yarda y la limpieza de patio para aquellos que tienen la intención de gozar los días cálidos de la estación veraniega. Sin embargo, no todas las yardas han sido creadas iguales, por lo que es imperativo saber cómo crear estimados para una variedad de trabajos de yarda.
Whether you’re building a bookshelf, attempting a DIY dishwasher repair, or embarking on a large landscaping project, any housework is hard work. Many things require home service professionals, but for those that don’t, you’re sure to invest significant time and energy.
According to the most recent Bureau of Labor Statistics data, the average American spends 1.5 hours per day—when averaged over the course of a year—cleaning, maintaining, repairing and decorating their home.
In this analysis, we set out to determine where in America people are spending the most time on housework, and how different demographics stack up, including men, women, renters and owners.
Owning a home is typically the most significant investment a person will ever make, in many cases a lifelong investment. Therefore, it’s not surprising that people who own homes spend a lot more time on them than those who rent—1.7 hours per day, versus 1.2 hours per day, respectively.
While both men and women contribute significantly to housework, we found that overall, men spend more time than women. This is true for both interior work (men spend 25 percent more time) and exterior work (men spend 116 percent more time).
With spring upon us, we also wanted to explore where in America people are spending the most time tending to their yards. Interestingly, the data shows homeowners’ commitment to their yards and outdoor spaces is relatively independent of climate.
Data for this report was compiled from the 2018 American Time Use Survey, conducted by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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CraftJack is proud to share special benefits for our contractors. One of them is “Hot Leads.” These are a great opportunity for our CraftJack contractors to find more work in their area.
You may have seen us talk about Hot Leads, but unsure how they work or how they can help you. I’m here to clear up any questions you might have and share more about why you should be taking advantage of this incredible benefit. Watch the video below for more.
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Lead generation services exist to help you find more contractor jobs in your area. But often, they can do even more than you may realize. At CraftJack, we offer services that help you find and manage your leads, reviews and more. CONTINUE READING
The number one must-have and do for your contractor business to thrive is to make sure that your contact information is accurate, consistent, and prominent; it’s all part of search engine optimization that everyone is always talking about. It’s imperative that your name, address, and phone number, or NAP, are exactly the same in spelling and format every place it appears on the web; from Bing, Google Maps, Yahoo, and near me searches to contractor review sites and your website.
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It’s important to know where you can go to connect with homeowners looking for your services. This can be done in many ways. In our last video, we talked about what a lead really is but when does a lead turn into a job?
If you’ve ever wondered what exactly a lead is, you’re not alone. Simply put, a lead is a job oppourtunity. But, it also can do so much more for your business.
In the video below, watch as we fill you in on what a lead is and how you can utilize them to grow your business.
It’s a new decade, so it’s time to shake up your marketing strategy. There are some new trends on the horizon to go along with the old but effective way of doing things.
Marketing trends seem to change quickly. This change and growth may instantly make you feel anxious and stressed, but that needn’t be the case for you and your 2020 marketing plan. Instead, consider it a challenge and an opportunity to take some baby steps towards using new tools and strategies to potentially grow your business little by little.
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With DIY home renovations on the rise and heavily edited home improvement shows blurring the line between reality and entertainment, it’s easy for everyday Americans to misunderstand how much physical labor and hard-earned skill is required for most contractor jobs.
The question remains: What sort of work is most physically grueling and what’s hardest to learn and master? In order to find out, we surveyed 1,609 contractors and 652 consumers, asking them to rank 32 types of contractor work. Check out the results below.