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    May 31st 2022 at 12:00am
    With their money and time on the line, customers always take precautions when hiring new contractors. They vet contractors to get someone qualified for the job. As a contractor, you need to know the factors customers use to weed out contractor services. Here are some red flags customers look for when hiring a new contractor.
    May 27th 2022 at 12:00am
    It's no secret that having an Arizona contractor's license is a must to work in the construction industry. But did you know that there are also several ongoing obligations you must meet in order to keep your license active? Everything you need to know about getting and maintaining your AZ contractor's license is outlined below.
    August 30th 2021 at 12:00am
    Though a simple concept at face value, consistency is something most people struggle with. It involves the deliberate repetition of actions to achieve long-term goals. These actions stem from the new habits you acquire, which finally lead to success. Unfortunately, lack of focus, too many distractions, and no commitment or discipline can hinder your efforts at being consistent. Read on for tips on how to develop consistency.
    August 2nd 2021 at 12:00am
    Workers' compensation helps when employees suffer work-related injuries or illnesses. It relieves the contractor of the burden of covering the employees' medical care, funeral costs, ongoing care, wages during the injury or illness period, and disability benefits. Workers' comp is a complicated and regulated type of business insurance. Insurance companies have to come up with a way of ensuring that you pay the right amount for your coverage, thus workers' compensation audit. Read on to learn more about the ins and outs of workers' compensation audits.
    June 7th 2021 at 12:00am
    If you have tried to start a new project lately, like that summer-time deck, then you've likely seen lumber prices soar out of control. As of June 2021, lumber was still priced at $1,300 per thousand board feet. Although this is down slightly from the peak high in May of $1700, this is still several times higher than the pre-pandemic numbers. The main factors that have affected wood prices are demand and staffing shortages.
    April 27th 2021 at 12:00am
    It is now over two decades in the 21st century, and the world is experiencing unparalleled economic growth. As the population continues to grow, the demand for living spaces is increasing immensely; thus, it's is not surprising to see the mushrooming of skyscrapers and apartments in different cities.
    March 2nd 2021 at 12:00am
    The COVID-19 pandemic affected most businesses including the engineering, construction, and building sectors. It forced many contractors out of work and left businesses struggling due to the restrictive measures put in place to prevent the spread of the virus. Nonetheless, all hope is not lost and contractors can still grow their businesses in the post-COVID era by following these tips.
    January 12th 2021 at 12:00am
    The business that has a positive customer service track record and develops long-term customer relationships is the one that begins to draw in customers through word-of-mouth and referrals. If you follow this method of marketing, you will not have to continuously try to find more clients. Eventually, the clients will simply come to you...
    January 12th 2021 at 12:00am
    For contractors, arriving on time to work not only affects how the job gets done but also impacts the productivity and reputation of the business. To promote punctuality, you need to demonstrate leadership that models the expected behavior. This means showing up on time for work, meetings and appointments. Here are some reasons why being on time matters.
    October 20th 2020 at 12:00am
    If there ever was a job field that could nearly guarantee job security forever, it would be construction. There are always things that need building -- houses, office buildings, you name it. Construction work will always be necessary to society. Construction work is labeled as an essential business by the federal government as well, so the work almost never stops. However, job security isn't the only appealing thing about the field. Here are the main things that make construction such a great career path.
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