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4 Ways Expert Commercial Contractors Manage Subcontractors

Like any working relationship, it can be tricky for commercial contractors to effectively manage their subcontractors. From payment disputes to miscommunication, there are millions of issues that can delay or even sink a project. Thankfully, many of these mistakes can be avoided if you follow a few simple strategies. Read more

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3 Time Management Techniques for Building Contractors

Building contractors deal with a dizzying array of tasks, including architectural design, building codes, zoning regulations and more. As they juggle their responsibilities, time becomes a precious commodity. Since there are only so many hours in a day, using these time management techniques will help you make the most of each minute. Read more

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Why a Lapse in Insurance Coverage is Cause for Concern

Contractors of all types and sizes manage their business in the face of significant risk. On a daily basis, there is the potential for the unexpected. Although few contractors forget to follow on-the job safety procedures, some make a bigger mistake of allowing a lapse in insurance coverage, which could lead to large out-of-pocket payouts or even bankruptcy. Read more

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Painters Insurance Needed for a Successful Business

If you own or are looking to own a painting company, you will need to get the right insurance to protect your assets. When you’re on the job, you have to look out for paint spills, property damage and slips. You’ll need to get the best coverage so you can breathe easy knowing you will be taken care of in the event of an emergency. Here are all the different painters insurance policies that you may need.

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Builders Risk vs. General Liability Insurance?

If you are in the construction business, there are some insurance policies you must carry to protect yourself. Workers’ Compensation Insurance and Commercial Auto and Truck Insurance are two examples. But there’s another lesser-known type of coverage that can be a lifesaver if a building you’re working on and/or your construction materials are damaged during construction: Builders Risk Insurance. You can purchase these policies for varying time frames, and coverage ends when the project is complete. Read more