We talk a lot about tips to help you win the job and hopefully, you find them useful. But the fact is, you may not win every lead you receive. Of course, you should always approach a lead with your best foot forward, but ultimately, it’s the customer’s decision of who to hire.
This can, of course, be upsetting for anyone. But instead of getting mad, use the situation to learn and grow your business. It can help you to gain even more jobs in the future! Here are a few tips you can use when you don’t win the job. CONTINUE READING
Let’s be honest, our smartphones are always with us. In fact, so much so that they’ve been integrated into many areas of our life. They can also be one of the best tools in your toolbox when it comes to business. If you haven’t already, it’s time to start using your phone to help your business grow.
It’s likely you have some apps on your phone already that make your life easier. From weather apps to connecting on social media, there is truly an app for everything, including your business. See what apps are important for your business and what you should be using to make your life easier as a contractor. CONTINUE READING
Electrical is a highly-specialized trade that homeowners call on often. If you’re an electrical pro, you’ve been trained in your work and understand the importance of doing the job right. Part of the work is providing customers with a great estimate that can help you win the job.
When customers are looking to hire an electrical pro, the estimate you provide can make a difference in winning the job or not. A well-written estimate can set you apart. If you’re wondering how you can improve, here are a few tips on what to include in your electrical estimate. CONTINUE READING
When you think of ways to grow your business, what comes to mind? Maybe an increase in your marketing budget or discovering new ways to generate leads? The truth is, your loyal customers can be one of the biggest factors when it comes to business growth.
Customer loyalty is a great way to generate new business as well as find new opportunities. If you’re not spending time creating loyal customers, you could be missing out. Here’s how loyal customers can help your business grow and what you can do to build those relationships. CONTINUE READING
Estimates are an important part of the job. The can help the customer better understand what they should expect from your services and how to best budget for the project. There’s a lot to be included to ensure you’re communicating properly.
From materials needed to time spent on the job, roofers have plenty to include when it comes to preparing a proper estimate. Here’s what you need to include in your roofing estimate. CONTINUE READING
A new year is here. You’ve likely taken time to look back at the areas you’ve succeeded this year and where there are still opportunities to improve. It’s time to now look towards the future. It’s likely 2018 will bring new changes to the industry.
Last year, we predicted slow growth in the construction industry. This year, we’re expected to see more steady growth as well as a boost in the remodeling industry. Here’s what you need to know going into the new year and how you can prepare your business. CONTINUE READING
Here at CraftJack, we understand what’s important to you. You want to find more leads and win more jobs. Your time is valuable and we want to help you make the most of it. That’s why we’re focused exclusively on trades most important to you.
Not only do we offer leads in various categories, but we take it a step further by providing valuable information and tools you can use for your business. The CraftJack way means that we’re focused exclusively on your trades. Here’s how. CONTINUE READING
At the end of a long year, it’s always a good idea to take some time to reflect on your business and the remodeling industry. Consider all that you’ve seen change in the last year. It can help you better plan for the new year.
If you don’t know where to start, we can help. We’ve wrapped up some of the trends we’ve seen in the industry in 2017. See what this last year has been like for contractors across the nation. CONTINUE READING