A lot has happened in the 4½ years since launching CraftJack. We’ve brought some new ideas as a fresh approach to the home services industry that have changed the way home improvement contractors benefit from lead generation. Our commitment to providing the absolute best experience with positive results, has been the number one goal continually driving us toward great new ideas.
Construction is slowly becoming a greener and more sustainable industry due to advances in technology and an adaption toward more eco-friendly building practices. All buildings and homes have an impact on their surrounding location, so it’s important to keep moving in a direction that decreases the environmental impact of these structures.
Creating awareness for environmentally-friendly processes is half the battle toward cleaning up and saving our planet. The more service professionals who support green construction, the better chance it’ll have at becoming an industry best practice. Fortunately, there are four ways green construction is already making its way into homes everywhere. CONTINUE READING
Customers today want more than just a good contractor. They want to see behind those closed doors. They want to see how you work before they hire you. They want to envision what it’s like to work with you before they sign on that dotted line.
Well, there are two terrific mobile phone apps that are perfect for streaming behind the scenes of your business: Meerkat and Periscope. Watch below as Noah explains exactly how you can use these simple apps. CONTINUE READING
We hear the term that “the customer is always right,” but I am willing to bet many of our pros can agree that is simply not the case. Whether it’s an abusive homeowner or a landlord who thinks he knows everything about home remodeling, there are plenty of instances where the customer is not right. CONTINUE READING
There comes a time when you have to say no to potential clients. While it seems counterintuitive to tell a potential customer “no, I don’t want your business,” scheduling conflicts, project conflicts, employee conflicts and payroll conflicts can all prevent professionals from taking on new business. CONTINUE READING