• Blueprint Care and Feeding

    Blueprint Care and Storage

    Blueprints are a vital part of most construction jobs, but they aren’t always printed on the sturdiest paper. If you’re constantly on the move, as is the case for most contractors, it can be difficult to keep your blueprints safe and tidy, but it’s also necessary. Blueprint care, storage and keeping can be a nightmare, but it doesn’t have to be.

  • Keeping Homeowners Safe on The Jobsite

    Keeping Homeowners Safe on The Jobsite

    Even though the homeowner is the legal owner of your jobsite, you’re the one responsible for keeping everyone safe. It’s not unusual for homeowners to want to see the progress or stop by and learn a little about how things are done, but it can pose a safety hazard to everyone on site, including the homeowner...

  • Meeting the Changing Demands of Construction Lenders

    Meeting the Changing Demands of Construction Lenders

    It’s always been challenging for business owners in the construction industry to secure the financing they need for projects, but changes in lending practices over the past few years have served to...

  • Odor Removal Tips for Pre-Occupied Buildings

    Odor Removal Tips for Pre-Occupied Buildings

    Whether you’re rehabbing an office space or renovating a home, chances are good that at some point you’ll have to deal with an unpleasant smell or two. Whether it’s pet odors, smoke or decay, smells linger. Removing them sometimes requires a little more than a simple cleaning ...

  • Tool Vests vs. Tool Belts

    Tool Vests vs. Tool Belts

    There’s no right answer to the question of whether you should choose a tool belt or tool vest. It’s a matter of what you’re working on, your personal preference and proper fit. If your vest or belt is properly fitted and not overloaded, either one can be a valid option for contractors.

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