Almost a quarter of all renovation contractors who responded to our survey are making six figures.
Home Inspection is a growing industry for which renovators are well suited
With the punitive costs of HST/GST, income, corporate and payroll taxes, workers comp payments and insurance, it seems like there’s an epidemic of contractors working for cash. Can you compete with them? Or should you join them?
Having a “To Do” list for this week, this month, or even for the next couple of months is NOT the same as having a real action-plan for your business. And without a longer term plan, you are going to spin your wheels.
If you’re a renovation contractor and you don’t know the difference between Markup and Margin, you stand an excellent chance of going out of business. Or working for next to nothing. Remember, a…
As a contractor, you work way, way too hard to let yourself get stiffed for money you have fairly earned. A primer on the ins and outs of collecting what you’re due.
From my perspective, price alone isn’t the main reason most jobs are lost. If a job is lost on price, it’s because the contractor did not create any value in anything other than price.
Have you noticed what should be a single negotiation with a homeowner ends up being 3 negotiations? You negotiate the first time to win the job, the second time during the job and…
Are you ready for your renovation business to deliver better results? Then plan to attend one of the one day RenoSummit educational seminars coming to Vancouver (Nov. 12), Calgary (Nov. 14) and Winnipeg…
Disability insurance can save your business, but you need the right plan. Over the next weeks, we’ll explain what you need to know.