As a contractor, you’re always on the lookout for new jobs. Sometimes this may come easy, but other times, it may be more difficult to locate homeowners looking for your services. However, it’s a job that must be done so your business can be successful.
Regardless of the season, you might be wondering where you can find contractor jobs. The truth is, you can easily find leads near you. Here are a few ideas on where you can find contractor jobs. CONTINUE READING
Plumbing pros have a unique job that takes plenty of expertise to ensure a job well done. Not only do plumbers have to be skilled at what they do, but they also have to stay on top of local codes and regulations to make sure their business is compliant.
If you’re a plumber in the State of Texas, you must be licensed to do business. To get your license, you must complete a journeyman program where you’ll learn all about the industry. If you’re considering getting your plumbing license in Texas, here’s what you need to know. CONTINUE READING
Though many industries change, landscaping might be one of the trades that have the most frequent fluctuations. After all, preferences and work change with the season, leaving more room for variation.
Not just do homeowner trends change, but your work will differ as well. If you’ve been keeping up with the latest in your area, you may have noticed some nuances already. To round them all up, here are a few popular landscaping industry trends. CONTINUE READING
When it comes to lead generation, it’s likely you have a few strategies that work well. But there are a few tactics that you should stay away from, as they can end up wasting your time and hurting your business.
Lead generation is something you’ll always need for your contractor business, so take the time to educate yourself on what you should try to help your business grow as well as what won’t work. Here’s a few contractor do’s and don’ts. CONTINUE READING
When you’re on the job, you have to manage many tasks. Not just the work you’re doing, but the employees who are assisting and your company’s wellbeing. This can be a lot to keep track of if you’re in the middle of a job.
But taking the right steps will help ensure a successful final product and a happy customer. To help, it’s handy to keep a list of what you’ll need to remember on the job. Here are few notes you should put on your contractor job site checklist that will come in handy when you need it. CONTINUE READING
While every trade is different, some have different rules and regulations. More often than not, this on a state by state basis. For plumbers across the country, they should do their best to understand their local laws when it comes to licensing.
For plumbing pros in Illinois, you must have a license to do business. Here’s what you need to know about an Illinois plumbing business license. CONTINUE READING
Our phones are always on us, day and night. Mobile device usage continues to grow as new innovations are made. As of 2015, 68% of adults have smartphones and 45% own a tablet, according to Pew Research Center. These mobile devices make it easier to connect with each other online and get the information we need.
This is what CraftJack had in mind when developing the app for our pros. Getting the information needed to get the job done, fast. If you haven’t tried it yet, here’s a little bit about our Pro App, exclusively for CraftJack contractors. CONTINUE READING
As a contractor, it’s a good idea to keep an eye on trends in your industry. This includes roofing pros. While business will remain steady, there are changes in the industry that can impact your work.
Roofing pros can use information on current trends to keep your business relevant and prepare to accommodate customer needs. Here are a few of the top roofing industry trends you should know. CONTINUE READING
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