It happens to the best of us. We spent our time in the trenches in an effort to figure out how to get our business to the next level. We research, we calculate, and we put together a plan of action. And just when it feels we’re making some headway, we hit yet another unforeseen challenge, and we’re back to
Believe it or not, you’ve become the boss. Congrats on your promotion! Regardless of whether your new promotion is self-appointed or bestowed upon you, it’s important to recognize that you need to do some things differently now that you’re the head cheese. There’s a huge difference between being an employee and being in management and an equally large difference between
Let’s start with this one: “Your remodel will be finished on September 22nd at 1:17pm.” Here’s another good one not to say: “Your addition will cost exactly $19,489.32” The problem is, this is exactly what your customer wants to hear, which makes it very tempting to say. Every contractor wants to please their customers and give them the reassurance that
True story: A friend and I went to a concert, but discovered the tickets were sold out. My buddy, the top salesman at his business, told me not to worry about it – he’d buy tickets from a scalper. I was pretty reticent: scalpers charge an arm and a leg over the ticket price, and you never know what kind
Let’s start with this simple fact: the longer your crew is working on a project, the fewer projects your crew can complete…and the less money you’ll make. Nothing frustrates a contractor more than knowing that sales is fully capable of bringing in more jobs but production isn’t efficient enough to complete the amount of work your sales team can close.
Though no one likes to see a tragedy, there’s one form of work a contractor can always rely on: storm damage restoration. After Superstorm Sandy in 2015, insurance companies and FEMA paid out just under $300 million in insurance claims to rebuild flood-damaged homes. And it doesn’t take a cataclysmic event to require storm damage restoration: even the typical hailstorm
Managing sales teams doesn’t have to be hard with the right processes and systems in place to support their growth, define their results and to keep them motivated. This course dives in to the how behind developing your sales process and leveraging it to build and grow both your sales team and your profits!
Interested in adding storm restoration work to your business profile? Gain an understanding of the storm restoration process from start to finish, learn how to get your sales people bought in and understand the good, bad and ugly of working with insurance companies and operating a storm restoration company.
Learn to understand and develop your full workflow, how to build processes and systems around it and how to optimize those processes with automations and sound routines to make your company run smoother, reduce overhead and give you the opportunity to work ON your business and not just IN it!
Learn the basics of different roofing systems, components, and understand how they work together to keep your structure dry. The course will also cover some important topics and insights for running a roofing business in the North Carolina market, where Joe has been working for over two decades.