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How any Contractor can Minimize Insurance Loss

Just like you prep a job site, you must do work to ensure your insurance coverage is right. If you make an ill-informed or hasty decision, you could face insurance losses that cut into your bottom line. Before starting another big project, learn three simple ways to reduce losses on insurance coverage. Read more

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Construction Equipment Guide: How to Prolong Tools’ Lifespan

Your construction equipment is what powers your livelihood. But, these tools don’t exactly last a lifetime. Without proper maintenance, they can become ineffective or even unusable. Since replacement costs can be very expensive, every contractor will benefit from learning how to prolong the lifespan of their tools. Read more

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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