The Contractor’s Guide to Staying Safe on the Jobsite

For gutter installation contractors, much of their work is completed outdoors and often at heights that would make the average person a little queasy.  The nature of the job carries with it many hazards to avoid especially when working alone.  Staying safe on the jobsite is not only important for your health but also for the success of your small business.  Imagine being hurt on the worksite and not being able to work for weeks.  Taking just a few extra precautions, using some simple protective tools and being smart about how you work can all help keep you protected while on the clock. Here are a few safety rules that every gutter installation contractor should know: Use the Right Gloves… Continue reading »

5 Expert Tips for Working Smarter in 2015

No matter what business you are in, we all want to work smarter not harder.  Especially for small contracting firms saving valuable time and accomplishing more throughout the day leaves room for tasks which help grow the company.   If you are a busy small business owner looking for ways to work more efficiently than ever before there are some simple things you can do to streamline your day-to-day duties.  By integrating just a couple of these tasks into your schedule can save you 5-10 hours by the end of your workweek. Here are 5 expert tips to working smarter, not harder, in 2015: ·         Utilize Sell Sheets – Sell sheets are a great way to explain complicated processes to the… Continue reading »