The devil, they say, is in the details. The alarm company that pays close attention to this when doing an installation will be asked to return again when there is additional work to be done. This includes routine service as well as additions to the system.
Be your own boss. Own your own business. Control your own destiny. Many people have grown up believing in that American dream, which is undoubtedly part of why there were about 650,000 new small businesses launched in America in 2007, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).
With the economy at best flat-lining, electrical contractors are facing the same challenge as every other type of business: finding projects to replace traditional jobs that have been stalled or put on ice indefinitely.
Every business must have an ownership structure, whether it is a sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation or a limited liability company (LLC). According to Forbes, the type of ownership form depends on the type of business, how many owners it has and its financial situation.
Every contractor wants to form a no-bid relationship with each client and never have to bid for work again. But, of course, even if that were to happen, most contractors would simply build on that success and grow their businesses further, which would mean bidding for new work with new clients.
According to Construction News, when Parkway Properties of Jackson, Miss., and builder Harrell Contracting Group (HCG) began building The Pinnacle at Jackson Place in downtown Jackson, Miss., they decided they wanted to install a construction camera to track and record construction on the nine-story
Here is some good green news for electrical contractors: You can take environmentally friendly steps that will both save your clients money and conserve resources without hurting your bottom line. In many cases, the strategies will help your profitability.