Author Archives: Noah Mishkin
The home services industry is worth more than $105 billion in the U.S. Learn what the future could hold for this sector.
The last two years have been challenging for every industry. The pandemic, supply chain issues, labor shortages, and economic uncertainty have made an impact everywhere. But many analysts believe the home services industry is set to bounce back, albeit with some changes.
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Learn how to grow your contracting business by turning employees into brand advocates who can attract new business.
For a home services business to grow and thrive, it needs a steady stream of customers. Traditional marketing efforts such as social media, flyers, and print ad campaigns are a major source of business, but there are other effective ways of generating leads. Your employees are out there every day, wearing your uniform and acting as representatives for your brand. Learn how they can turn contacts into leads during their day-to-day work, helping you grow your business with every interaction.CONTINUE READING
QR codes are the future of networking. Learn how to use QR codes to get new clients and build your contracting business.
QR codes aren't a new idea, but they're enjoying a resurgence in popularity. Business cards are seen as not just outdated but potentially risky in an environment where people are accustomed to using no-touch options, and most homeowners have smartphones capable of reading QR codes. But how can a home services contractor make use of this technology, and what benefits does it offer in terms of marketing and lead generation? Find out the answer and more below.CONTINUE READING
After a long period of COVID restrictions, the home services industry is set to recover. Learn which services are likely to be the busiest in 2022.
The last couple of years have been challenging for contractors. Lockdowns and travel restrictions have stopped many families from being able to invest in renovating their homes.
Now that life is somewhat returning to normal, many homeowners are revisiting their plans to revitalize their properties. This means contractors can hopefully expect to see a resurgence in trade. Here, we look at some of the home service businesses that could see strong growth during 2022.CONTINUE READING
Reach out to the best contractor leads in your area through professional lead generation. Find out what you need to get started, how to recruit customers, and where to look for contractor leads to grow your company.
Getting good contractor leads is one of the most important things you can do for your business. While locating leads for home improvement and repair businesses can seem like a daunting task, there are ways to find well-qualified leads that generate a steady stream of business for your company. Working with the best lead generation websites for contractors can potentially put you in touch with thousands of promising potential customers in your area, all within your service area and in need of the services you offer.CONTINUE READING
Lead generation companies can help you find quality leads. Here's how to determine which companies to trust.
Lead generation is an essential part of growing any contracting business. After all, if you don't have prospects to sell to, you can't turn them into paying customers. But how can you tell which lead generation companies are worth investing time (and money) into?
Looking at online reviews is one way of differentiating between lead generation companies. Sometimes it's difficult to tell how accurate reviews are, especially if you're not familiar with the type of service the company offers yourself. Learning what to look for in online reviews can make your search for the best contractor lead generation company much simpler.CONTINUE READING
Get your bathroom remodeling business off to a great start. Find out how to start out as a contractor remodeling kitchens and bathrooms, how to set up a company, and where to get great leads.
Kitchen and bathroom remodeling is an in-demand and always growing job field. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, contractors in this field can expect to earn a starting salary of $41,000 a year, with the top 10% of contractors earning more than $65,500. Getting started in this potentially lucrative field can be done as an employee of an established contractor, or you can start your own company and offer your services directly to landlords and homeowners in your area. Some areas require professional certification for bathroom remodeling jobs, but classes to prepare you for licensure are widely available around the country. Starting your own bathroom remodeling business requires some paperwork, financing, and a steady supply of promising leads to keep your business growing for as long as you own it.CONTINUE READING
What is the average handyman salary? Find out how much a handyman can expect to make in the United States, as well as the best ways to earn the best handyman hourly rate.
Handyman work can earn a decent living for those who pursue it. The average handyman salary is above many other skilled trades in most parts of the country, and there's potentially unlimited room for you to grow.
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A handyman typically has a diverse skill set and can offer clients a wide range of services, but there are legal limitations to the jobs a jack-of-all-trades may accept. Learn what jobs a handyman can and can’t legally do in most states.
Often, homeowners and small businesses like to hire a jack-of-all trades for small jobs, preferring to employ someone who can perform a variety of maintenance and upkeep tasks rather than hiring a different specialty contractor for each job. If you have a diverse skill set and can offer clients a wide range of services, starting your own handyman business can be a great way to earn a living. However, because certain types of projects require additional training, licensing, or certifications, there are limits to what services you can offer as a handyman. This article looks at the types of job a handyman can and can’t legally do so a prospective handyman can better understand the responsibilities that may come with the job.CONTINUE READING
Find more electrical technician job leads for your contractor business with these insider tips from CraftJack. Learn how to boost your internet reputation and attract quality clients.
Whether you're looking for electrical jobs in Colorado, Illinois, California, Texas, or anywhere else in America, we've got techniques to help you grow your customer database. Find out how to scoop up web users searching locally for "residential electrical jobs near me" and fine-tune your online reputation, plus additional ways of generating leads for your electrician business.CONTINUE READING