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Custom Builders Need a Custom Sales Strategy: Get Tips to Boost Your Company’s Profit

January 23, 2018

Custom Builders Need a Custom Sales Strategy: Get Tips to Boost Your Company’s Profit

If your company custom builds properties then you need a custom sales strategy just for your company. Learn how to get one.

Custom Builders Need a Custom Sales Strategy: Get Tips to Boost Your Company’s Profit

As a custom builder, you have unique aspects of your job that others in the construction business may not have. You must be good at taking risk, getting permits, negotiating with a wide range of people, and managing construction projects. Of course, on top of all of that, you must…



Must-Follow Tips to Keep Your Construction Workers Safe

January 16, 2018

Must-Follow Tips to Keep Your Construction Workers Safe

There are many reasons that construction workers likely love their jobs, but there are downsides too. Namely, it’s a job that can be more dangerous than many others. A worker who’s exposed to risks from scaffolding, structural collapses, sharp objects, falling objects, and more can be a worker in danger. The good news is that there are some steps you can take to keep your construction workers as safe as possible.

Have the right protective gear and make sure they wear it

First and foremost, make sure that everyone has their safety equipment and protective gear….



The 6 Things You Should Insist on From a Construction Supplier

January 9, 2018

The 6 Things You Should Insist on From a Construction Supplier

Everyone wants a great deal but most construction companies understand that the lowest prices isn’t always the best deal. When you work with , you can count on competitive prices but we bring a lot more to the table. Read on to learn about the six things we believe every client should be able to expect from their construction supplier.

  1. They must be experienced and confident
  2. One way to tell if a company you’re considering working with is to see how they react after you answer their questions about what you’re building….



Start 2018 By Learning Tips from the Pros on Having Budget Talks with Homeowners

December 25, 2017

Start 2018 By Learning Tips from the Pros on Having Budget Talks with Homeowners

Anyone who’s worked in the construction industry likely knows that homeowners often have inaccurate ideas of how much their project is going to cost. As a result, it’s important for you to have a base understanding of what a client is actually willing to spend before you spend hour after hour coming up with designs and bids.

In a perfect world, you’d simply say, “What’s your budget?” and they would give you a full answer. While they often won’t answer that, even when they do,…



Liability vs Customer Satisfaction: When is it No Longer Safe to Repair a Deck?

December 13, 2017

Liability vs Customer Satisfaction: When is it No Longer Safe to Repair a Deck?

When you head out on a job and your client wants you to repair their deck, it may seem like an easy job at first. The truth though is that if their deck is in poor enough shape and you repair it, you may be facing liability issues. At , we can provide you with the highest quality construction supplies and tools on the market but if you’re working with a frame that’s beyond repair, it’s simply not going…



5 Reasons It May Be Time to Ditch Your Pickup Truck

December 6, 2017

5 Reasons It May Be Time to Ditch Your Pickup Truck

It’s no secret that folks in the construction industry take their vehicles seriously. Most any type of construction manager or other serious member of the construction community is likely to have a pickup truck. However, some people believe that the more affordable option in the long-term is a medium-duty flatbed stake-side truck. While it may cost more in the short term, they claim it can save time and money in the long run. Read on to learn five reasons that this may be true.

  1. The most popular type of pickup…


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