Email newsletters may seem like a daunting marketing effort, especially if you dismiss the newsletters that are sent to your own inbox. However, email newsletters can provide your construction company with a number of benefits.Details
One of the main causes of a delay on a construction job happens to be one of the things you have no control over: the weather. When a big thunderstorm, tornado, hurricane, ice storm, or blizzard blows into town, you simply have to shut down work.Details
One of the most important aspects of owning and operating a construction company is safety. It’s absolutely vital that you and your crew practice good safety habits to avoid injuries.Details
Do you have a succession plan for your construction company? If you don’t, you’re leaving your entire business open to a number of risks. Unfortunately, a number of companies (both in construction and in other industries) don’t have succession plans.Details
Paperwork: there seems never to be an end to it. Whether you’re filling out orders, doing spreadsheets, or completing agreements, there’s always some kind of paperwork to do People may not realize it, but the construction industry has just as much paperwork, if not more, as other industries do. Fortunately, while there are still many forms to complete and documents to submit, the electronic age has moved a lot of this paperwork online.
You may think that social media is only used for posting your latest meal and keeping up to date with friends. Not anymore. Social media has become the new frontier for marketing and can be the best ally for your small business if used correctly.Details