• Insights for Builders Interested in Pre-fab Construction

    Prefabrication offers more opportunities and design possibilities than you might imagine. Approached with the right attitude, you can make it work for you in a way that will keep your business competitive and your profits growing.

  • 4 New Construction Trends to Focus On

    4 New Construction Trends to Focus On

    The goal of any construction contractor is to design and build a structure that will maintain relevance and usefulness for many years after it’s built. Much of interior design and architecture mirrors changes in art movements, so it’s important to examine cultural trends when building private and public spaces.

  • The Ins and Outs of Using a Personal Truck for Business

    The Ins and Outs of Using a Personal Truck for Business

    Maintaining several vehicles can be expensive, so you might be considering using just one vehicle for both business and personal use. The good news: there’s nothing illegal about doing this. However, it can get tricky keeping the work expenses separate from the personal.

  • Steel Tariffs and You: What Contractors Need to Know

    Steel Tariffs and You: What Contractors Need to Know

    If you’re already working on projects that require significant quantities of metal, buy up what you can find at the best prices possible. Check your contracts for clauses that provide for an increase in cost when prices of raw materials become volatile, otherwise, you could be stuck holding the bag if you do need additional materials at those higher prices.

  • Is LinkedIn Worth it for Contractors?

    Is LinkedIn Worth it for Contractors?

    Make sure you have a healthy and attractive portfolio of finished work on your LinkedIn page. Before and after pics are especially appealing to people. As with the blog posts, a picture is worth a thousand words and can quickly convince someone to contact you if they like what they see.

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