Whatever jobs site you’re on, there’s likely to be some sort of waste. Most just toss the leftovers, but what if you could repurpose the waste for something better?
But let’s not just think about physical waste in your business. Are there other areas of your business you can repurpose for better opportunities? In the video below, Noah shares a few examples of how some businesses are repurposing their waste and explains how you can do the same. CONTINUE READING
CraftJack is pleased to announce the addition of two new services to the CraftJack Lead Manager. As of today, contractors can sign up for the following lead tasks:
- Holiday Lighting – Add Or Remove
- Waste, Junk Bulding Material & Debris – Remove And Haul
As always, it’s important to keep up with the latest news in the construction industry, especially in the beginning of the new year to see what’s trending. This can help you plan for the year ahead.
Just a few months into 2017, we’re seeing reports of an increase of spending in the remodeling industry and what homeowners are looking for this year. See a few of the top industry headlines. CONTINUE READING
As a business owner, spending money might not sound very appealing. But, the truth is, the more you invest in your company, the likelier it is you’ll see growth and profit.
However, investing in your company shouldn’t be spontaneous. There are meaningful ways you can reinvest profits into your company with proper planning and budgeting. In the video below, Noah explains how you can reinvest back into your company for success. CONTINUE READING
For pros, winning jobs is key. While there are multiple methods to do so, getting in contact with the customer as soon as possible has been a proven method to work time and time again.
At CraftJack, we want to help you win the job. That’s why we offer a unique speed-to-call discount, where contractors can receive 20% off a specific lead when calling within 30 minutes. Here’s why we believe in the speed-to-call discount. CONTINUE READING
Navigating the rules and regulations of the roofing industry can be challenging. You understand the risks associated with the job and look to mitigate them, all the while, staying on top of the latest requirements. As these requirements vary state by state, and even sometimes by county, you may need to properly research to ensure your license is valid in the state you’re working in.
For roofing pros in California, having your license is a requirement to work in the state. While the process is straightforward, you’ll want to be sure you have all that is required before working. CONTINUE READING
In any business, customer service is important. A great experience can keep customers coming back, while a poor experience might result in a decrease of business. As a business owner, one of your top priorities is to always go the extra mile for your customers, because they will take notice. CONTINUE READING
In any industry, getting to know others in your field is important. While you may see others as competition, they can also be a valuable source of information and even a way to help generate more leads.
Many contractors work alone or with a small team, so many business owners find it refreshing to connect with others who are doing similar work. After all, networking is all about learning from other pros. If you’re new to networking, here are a few tips to help. CONTINUE READING