Construction

It’s Good to Talk: Why Two Way Radio Still Matters in Construction

In an age when mobile telephones have emerged as the defining technology of their day, it might strike us as a little puzzling that one of mobile’s predecessors still enjoys such popularity in industry. Two way radio technology is approaching 100 years old, yet across construction sites, processing plants, factories and warehouses the world over, it remains the go-to solution…
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4 Modern Kitchen Ideas

So, you are planning to remodel your kitchen in the near future,  but you want more than just the traditional design and ideas? The kitchen is considered the heart of the home so you want to make it look inviting for not just your family members but your guests as well. If you are out of ideas, you might want…
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Social Strategy Engage New Hires

Social + Strategy = Fresh Ways to Find and Engage New Hires

For small to mid-size businesses the hiring process is often ongoing throughout the year. Marketers need to step in and help companies realize the value of social networking platforms to help with their constant state of recruiting. Social media can provide construction businesses with an authentic and meaningful way to reach job seekers. Today, it’s simply not enough to post…
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Tradeshow Tactics

Key Construction Tradeshow Tactics for Delivering ROI

Trade shows offer construction companies a unique way to connect with their target audiences for a little face-to-face time. There’s really nothing like it today. Businesses of any size get to experience exposure to a large number of potential customers with the ability to interact with them personally. For larger brand manufacturers trade shows are often a staple component in…
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Video Marketing Trends

Incorporate These 4 Video Trends into Your 2019 Marketing Efforts

Video content has taken its rightful place in construction companies’ strategic marketing conversations. It provides a powerful way to communicate your brand, share your story, and build relationships through sight, sound and motion. Experts expect this year that businesses will produce an average of one video per day. This type of content continues to grow by leaps and bounds because…
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10 Budget Tips for DIYers

For lack of a better word, DIYing, as most of us have come to know it, is increasingly becoming a trending consumer behavior. There are so many reasons as to why most people opt to DIY than seeking a professional hand or opinion. First, if we would consider the time it takes to pull off a particular DIY task, it…
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3 Pros and Cons to Buying vs. Renting Heavy Equipment

When buying assets for your company, you need to think about the investment that you lay on the table.  See it as an asset, use it carefully, and you will reap the fruits of having it in your firm. In regards to this topic, many CEOs have differing opinions as to whether or not you should buy or rent heavy…
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What is an SDS Drill?

An important item in a workshop toolbox is the SDS drill. It is absolutely useful and virtually indispensable when it comes to drilling hard surfaces. SDS drills were first manufactured in the mid-1970s. Before the advent of the SDS drill, it was very cumbersome and remarkably difficult for workers to bore holes into concrete or other similar surfaces. What Does…
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4 Things to Consider When Hiring Exterior Home Remodelers

Remodeling your home can be a memorable experience. With so many reality TV shows that depict the process of home remodeling, many seem to think that it something easy to do. But the reality is if you are not experienced, not only can it be daunting and tiring, it can also cost a lot of money, especially if you don’t…
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How to Avoid Disputes in Construction

Disputes in the construction industry are very common. Solving a dispute is much easier than preventing it in the first place. However, most investors and contractors don’t seem to realize this until they find themselves in the midst of such a problem. When a dispute happens, it causes the project to be delayed. In fact, some projects end up being…
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