• Is It Time to Learn a New Skill?

    Is It Time to Learn a New Skill?

    But then things start to slow down. There are fewer structures being built and therefore, fewer projects for you to manage. However, people still need kitchens remodeled, bathrooms refreshed and new porches and patios. Even though you’ve spent the last few years ...

  • 6 Accessible Pro Contractor Tools

    6 Accessible Pro Contractor Tools

    As much as it can hurt to go to work, it’s hard to leave behind a career that brings you enjoyment and passion. If you love your job but need a little extra support managing the tools for it these days, these devices can help.

  • Preserving Character While Improving Function

    Preserving Character While Improving Function

    No matter how new or old or how many floors it has, many people would argue that their home has a certain charm to it. Maybe it’s the flooring or the windows; whatever it is, they consider it an important and integral part of their home’s aesthetic and they probably won’t be too keen on giving it up easily.

  • Are Yard Signs Worth It?

    Are Yard Signs Worth It?

    Yard signs are pretty common in the construction and renovation industry. You take a job, you put up a sign out front and people in the neighborhood can see who’s working on the property. The sign is usually covered in the contract with the customer, with some contractors making it mandatory while others leave it up to the property owner.

  • Recycling for General Contractors

    Recycling for General Contractors

    Hard hats, scrap metal, paint and plenty more; there’s so much that general contractors can have taken to recycling facilities that the point of this article isn’t so much to let people know that contractors can recycle, but rather what some of the things are that they are able to recycle.

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