CraftJack would like to invite all Chicagoland and nearby contractors to our inaugural contractor appreciation lunch on Wednesday, June 3rd.
The best part: it’s FREE.
Come meet other contractors in the area, learn a few marketing tips you can use to win more jobs and most importantly, meet the CraftJack staff and eat a free lunch on us. CONTINUE READING
At CraftJack, we are always finding ways to provide the best experience possible for all our loyal contractors. Over the past few years, we have made numerous updates to the CraftJack Lead Manager and would like to highlight some of the biggest changes and advantages we offer.
As always, if you have any questions or concerns about your account or are interested in signing up, please give us a call at 866-332-7134. CONTINUE READING
So when people see me wearing my Carhartt Cordura front work pants at the trade shows and home shows, something happens.
Drawn to the obvious utility and a certain coolness, grown men are compelled to ask the world’s most awkward question of another grown man they don’t know with hundreds of people around; where’d you get those pants?
Part Carhartt cotton duck material that many of us know, part Cordura ‘chap,’ the result is a whole that’s greater than the sum of its parts. And it’s clear from one look that they kick butt. CONTINUE READING
Being in the home improvement arena, we have a chance to work with many terrific contractors across the country and now, we want to showcase a few of the men and women building and transforming dream homes.
Paul Peterson has been in the home improvement industry for 25 years. While his company, Paul Peterson LLC, mainly focuses on roofing in Western Washington and Canada, they do offer other services ranging from flooring, decking, painting and more.
I recently chatted with Paul to find out why he got into home improvement and how CraftJack is growing his business. CONTINUE READING
When you buy a compressor, chances are, you’re gonna have it for awhile.
With no external moving parts or whirring blades or fine adjustments to speak of, the work a compressor does is inside its body so there are few moving parts to fool with or break.
I’m not saying you can’t break one—I’ve mangled several— but what I am saying is that they just don’t take the same kind of relentless abuse other tools take. Sort of. CONTINUE READING