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Granite is often used for countertops, flooring, walls, building exteriors, sculptures, monuments, fountains and headstones. These are all opportunities for service and profit once you become comfortable working on granite.
You have probably heard or read about trauma scene work, or perhaps you or your company may now do this type of work. As with many other work activities, an important aspect of success is knowing what you are doing.
Upselling your services is an important part of building a profitable business. Each customer you have costs money to acquire, so it is important to get as much return on your investment (ROI) as possible. That’s what upselling is all about.
Restoration contractors have been forced by the insurance industry, now for years, to use one of these pricing guides. They have also set up special groups of pre-approved vendors who not only agree to certain terms but agree to use the dictated pricing guide of the insurance company’s choice.
Let’s look at a few odor situations and some practical tips to help you with your own technical skill.
Last month, we discussed the revenue potential of cleaning various concrete-type surfaces. But to make the money, you have to know how to do the work.
Ready to expand? Successful hard floor care requires training and technical skill.
Being able to service this growing market will open doors to both residential and commercial accounts alike.
Each customer you have costs money to acquire, so it is important to get as much return on your investment (ROI) as possible. That’s what upselling is all about.