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5 Tips To Be A Great Construction Foreman

By |November 15th, 2017|Construction|

The job of a construction foreman is not an easy one. You have one job, do everything and do it correctly. Seems simple enough right? There are some construction tips that will help you keep the job safe, efficient and help take some of the stress off your shoulders. That’s something every foreman can appreciate. [...]

Marketing Tips For Contractors

By |November 1st, 2017|Construction|

Before you start looking for marketing tips for contractors there are a few things you should know about that will improve your efforts and help build your brand. First off, when it comes to marketing you cannot be shy. Make sure it’s easy for people to find you, to see the work you’ve done and [...]

Working In Cold Weather, How To Beat The Chill

By |October 18th, 2017|Construction|

Working in cold weather, especially when you are outdoors may seem like an advantage. You don’t have to worry about the heat, but the reality is there are a lot of problems that can come with being out in the cold. The top concern is hypothermia but contractors in Virginia will tell you that they [...]

How To Choose A Contractor

By |October 4th, 2017|Construction|

When you need to choose a contractor there are a few things you need to look for. Price is always going to be a major factor but you have to understand that this is a situation where spending a bit more might be the smarter move. You can also look for contractors near me but [...]

5 Tips For Commercial Construction Jobs

By |September 14th, 2017|Construction|

Commercial construction is a very lucrative industry to be in. However, that doesn’t mean it’s easy and any builder with experience can tell you that there are plenty of headaches that come along with the work. You can do your best to prepare but they will come and when it does happen, you want to [...]

Hurricanes Impacting Construction In Virginia

By |September 5th, 2017|Construction|

If you’ve watched the news of late you will see a lot of natural disasters including hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires and other powerful forces that take their toll on us. In some cases we are given a few days to prepare but there really is only so much you can do. Hurricanes have especially forced changes [...]

4 Things All Contractors Need To Do But Don’t Want To

By |August 23rd, 2017|Construction|

You have to be a little stubborn as a contractor. It’s hard work and you cannot let people make their own decisions about what you are going to do, how you are going to do it, budget and time frame. It’s a balancing act between keeping your client happy and making sure the work gets [...]

The Value Of Storage During Construction

By |August 9th, 2017|Construction|

It doesn’t matter where you work in the country, every builder will tell you that storage often becomes an issue during construction. It’s not a problem for every job as some of them have plenty of space for you to operate around. Where it really becomes an issue is when the property isn’t big enough [...]

8 Biggest Money & Time Wasters On A Construction Site

By |July 24th, 2017|Construction|

No one likes to waste time or money but on a construction site it is going to happen. Subcontractors may be running late, you have equipment failures or weather delays. Some things you can control and some things you cannot. However, knowing what could cost you time and/or money will allow you to be better [...]

Commercial vs. Residential Construction

By |July 11th, 2017|Construction|

When it comes to being a contractor, no matter the project, you always have your work cut out for you. Most contractors tend to shift towards one area, commercial or residential construction. However, when work becomes available and the money is good, how can you pass something up, especially if you have a need for [...]