For roofing pros, there’s a lot to navigate when you’re a business owner. While you must be skilled in your trade, you should also be an expert at marketing, sales and administration.
While that seems like a lot of work, owning your own roofing business is rewarding and has plenty of benefits. If you’re looking to become a better roofing business owner, we have a few tips that can help. CONTINUE READING
Pools are a luxury item for many homeowners, large and small. Homeowners are seeing more and more value to installing one to their home. However, this is not a DIY project. For a safe and successful pool installation, homeowners must call a pool contractor. Though the work may have seasonal effects, current trends show that business is steady and good for those in the industry.
As a pool pro, you may be wondering what the future of the industry looks like? We have some insights here that should help you plan and prepare for new customers. CONTINUE READING
Recent trends show the decking industry is busy. People are looking to build new decks or expand on the ones they already have. Homeowners are seeing the value of a deck and wanting that for their home. With this news, you might be considering your own decking business. After all, becoming your own boss is a great thing!
However, before you print those business cards, there are a few things you should know about starting your own company. For the decking industry, it involves some training and ensuring you have the right insurance. Here’s what you need to know before starting a decking business. CONTINUE READING
Whether it’s a new home remodel or a simple update, homeowners will always need windows and doors. This is a good thing for contractors in the industry. But like any trade, the window and door industry can change seasonally and yearly depending on trends.
Innovations in the trade and the current political climate has led to many experts rethinking the way window and door pros work. Nevertheless, the demand is high for your professional work. See current industry trends and how you can better prepare for the future of your window and door business. CONTINUE READING
Unlike some other trades, the roofing industry has specific standards designed to keep contractors and homeowners safe. Laws and licensing requirements vary state to state, which can make it tough for roofers to navigate what they actually need for their business.
For roofing contractors in Illinois, the answer is straightforward: a roofing license is needed to work in the state. However, the process for obtaining a license and the right permits for a project can be confusing. To help you out, we’ve created a short guide to help you figure out what licenses Illinois roofing pros need and how to get them.
Remodeling contractors have a unique job. Their profession requires a practical skill set, top-notch organizational abilities, and an understanding of all the pieces that must come together to complete a job. To stay on top of their game, remodeling pros should spend time learning new tricks and techniques to improve their business.
If you’re a remodeling pro, you’re probably used to juggling a lot of roles at once. For support, many turn to remodeling trade organizations to learn and connect with other like-minded contractors. If you’ve been on the fence about joining a trade organization, here are a few reasons why you should become a member and what associations might be best for you.
While leads can come from an array of sources, not all of them are going to be worth your time. While getting in contact with the homeowner as soon as possible is important, you need to be able to reach them while their project is fresh on their mind.
At CraftJack, we want to set you up for success. That’s why we send qualified leads generated in real time. For our pros, this is a huge benefit to the growth of their business. Read on for more benefits of CraftJack’s real-time leads. CONTINUE READING