5 Times to Call A Plumbing Professional

It’s often tempting to just google whatever plumbing problem you’re having and tinker around yourself until you fix it. Unfortunately, some problems are just too big for the average homeowner to handle on their own, and in fact, can lead to even bigger consequences if not taken care of properly. Below are 5 times when it’s best to leave the DIY alone and call a professional plumbing business.

5 Common Plumbing Hazards

When working as a plumber, you’re likely to encounter some unsavory spaces and substances. Whether you’ve had a run-in with a mold infested bathroom or you’ve broken a bone after a simple mishap on the job, every day has the potential to bring about new hazards. Here are the most common causes of plumbing injuries and how to prepare for, and ultimately avoid, them.

7 Construction Myths to Disregard

Those on the outside of any industry hold common misconceptions about the work and the workers on the inside, and the construction industry is a perfect example. We’ve collected 7 of the top myths heard about the construction industry and debunked them below. Do women actually work in construction? Is contracting just a job for people who can’t get anything else? Keep reading to put the misinformation to rest.

How to Grow Your Plumbing Business Through Social Media

Social media marketing is all the rage these days, but you may wonder if it’s the right avenue for marketing your plumbing business. You don’t have nice photos of products to sell or even glamourous shots of you in action. Plumbing can be a dirty business, after all, and it’s hard to be photogenic when you’re knee-deep in water due to a broken pipe. But social media is still a great way for you to market yourself and expand your business. In fact, some of those photos of disasters can actually help. Here are a few tips for harnessing the power of social media to grow your customer base.

Marketing Strategies Proven to Expand Your Business

If you’re ready to expand your construction business and bring in more customers, you’re going to have to up your marketing game. This may mean using new marketing strategies that get your name out there to more people or that target your audience better. But marketing can be a full-time job, and it’s easy to get lost among the many different construction companies out there. If you need new marketing strategies to help you stand out and to get your name in front of the right people, here are a few that are proven to help businesses grow and expand.