Any landlord will soon find out that no matter how handy they may be they may still need the services of a good contractor. Some landlords need a contractor for everything, while others may need a contractor on a rare occasion. In either case the need for a good contractor is necessary.
Here’s another way to look at it? Would your prospect rather go with your Roofer Raleigh or the roofing company that has all the yard signs in their neighborhood… including the sign in their best friend’s yard across the street?
How does the payment work? Most contractors ask for you to pay in full upon completion, but some arrange payments as the job progresses, especially for big jobs. There may also be a deposit that you have to pay. No matter how the pay structure works, make sure it’s something that you are clear on before the job actually begins.
Smart homeowners find their go-to company before an emergency arises, talks with them, and has the companies emergency phone number at their fingertips should the unfortunate happen to their property.
Now I’ve certainly listened to my share of stations that use their numbers with their name every 2 minutes like 101.3 KFAR. It gets ingrained in your head after a while – that part makes sense. But what marketing value do the call letters KFAR bring? Nothing. Absolutely Nothing.
It was so long that I finally started to notice that they’d been open for much longer than the other two restaurants were able to make it. It seemed like the parking lot was always full when I drove by. One day I slowed down long enough to read the sign on the marquee out front that read, “Voted Best Chicken Fried Steak”.
The good thing about home projects is that they are relatively easy to do. The key to great home improvement is impeccable research. By now, you should understand that it’s essential to be both prepared and knowledgeable. Good luck with your improvement projects!