One of the most stressful parts of being in the construction industry is that work is never certain. You’re a contractor, and that means you bid on jobs. If you lose ten or more bids in a row while your other jobs are wrapping up, it may seem like you’re about to have no work at all.
As the owner of a construction company, you’re keenly aware of every cent you spend. Cost is likely on your mind often, especially when it appears that you’re spending more money than you should.
Keeping your equipment in great shape is undoubtedly essential to the success of your building business. The costs of upkeep are often much less than the cost of purchasing a new piece of equipment, especially for heavy machines and new technology.