Doing work without a permit is a mistake. Pulling permits protects the homeowner; when a contractor doesn’t want to pull a permit, there’s always a reason.
This one-hour presentation by Contractor Staffing Source explains how to find and hire employees for your construction business.
It’s easy to fool yourself into believing it’s better to do it yourself, until you realize the things you’re supposed to do aren’t getting done.
Having to return to a previous job and fix something that’s wrong costs money. Knowing the cost of a callback helps you or your crew to be more diligent to avoid them in the future.
One of the concerns a homeowner has when they’ve hired a contractor is whether they’ll do what they said they’ll do. It is a legitimate concern. They don’t know what’s going on in your head, only what’s happening with their job.
The job is sold, schedule is set, project gets started, and suddenly it’s behind schedule. When it happens, it eats into your profit and upsets your clients.
If you want to lose money on a job, agree to let your client do part of the job or provide their own materials without setting clear boundaries.
Does subcontracting raise the price of the project?
Three approaches to managing jobs. Also, paying production employees and making sure the work gets done.
What is the most profitable construction business model? Do you need employees? /p>
Sometimes they request you use employees instead of subs, or work on a T&M basis. Clients don’t understand how the construction world works. It’s your job to educate them.
It's time to discuss production issues on construction projects that are often overlooked. Because time wasted on a job comes right out of profit.
How do you define quality? Who sets the standard?