4 Things You Should Know About Being a Construction Worker

Construction workers handle all physical activities on a construction site. The sites include structures like bridges, houses, highways, buildings and many others. Different tasks under construction are extremely hard and dangerous. To become a construction worker, you need skills, experience, and training in safety procedures. Here is what you should know for those in the profession and those planning to…
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Securing Your Construction Business Online with SSL Technology

The internet has made it easy and affordable to connect with your customer base and advertise your small business, but online your construction company could be at risk without a strong website security plan. That’s where SSL encryption can help. The rising popularity of website building, hosting and management services (like WordPress, Drupal, and Wix) has simplified the process of…
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5 Things You Should Know About Glass Graffiti Removal

Glass material provides a sophisticated touch to your building, office, or home. However, down the line, you may experience a few scratches or graffiti etching as such art is quite popular, especially in cities. This damage is caused by factors such as improper cleaning, a low-quality glass material, or acid etching. While some people overlook the damage, others seek the…
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5 Things to Look For in a Waterproofing Company

If you are looking to prevent a water problem in your home or you want to repair a faulty basement, you will need to hire a good waterproofing company for this role. Your home is your greatest asset and this means that you have to be very careful with the contractors that you bring in to do repairs. You want…
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Contractor Website Best Practices

An excellent website is no longer an option for any type of construction, remodeling, or trade contracting firm. Fact is, website excellence is now a requirement for business success. The good news is achieving website excellence is attainable for even small construction firms, along with the broader requirement of implementing a complete digital marketing program that drives sales leads, and…
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Hand Tool Ratings

Hand Tool Ratings – Construction STAR Ratings

The new Construction STAR Ratings uses a proprietary algorithm to rate products and services within the construction industry that includes voice of the customer (VoC) research, and other factors. The Construction STAR Ratings are sponsored by the Construction Marketing Association. For more information, link here. Following are the Construction STAR Ratings for Hand Tools.  No question, construction hand tools is…
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FM Software Construction STAR Ratings

Facility Management Software Ratings – Construction STAR Ratings

The new Construction STAR Ratings uses a proprietary algorithm to rate products and services within the construction industry that includes voice of the customer (VOC) research, and other factors. The Construction STAR Ratings are sponsored by the Construction Marketing Association. For more information, link here. Following are the Construction STAR Ratings for Facilities Management software (FM software).  Facilities Management software…
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Construction STAR Ratings Announced

The Construction Marketing Association (CMA) announces the Construction STAR Ratings, a new program that rates products and services within the construction industry using a proprietary algorithm that includes voice of the customer (VoC) research, and other factors. CMA rates new categories each month, and communicates ratings via national publicity, the CMA blog, CMA social networks, and the CMA subscriber list…
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Marketing Skills in Construction

How to Improve Your Marketing Skills in the Construction Industry

Sometimes the summer season is a time of reflection, and self-improvement. So how can you improve your marketing skills in the construction industry? We have 3 tips for improving your marketing skills:  become a Construction Marketing Association (CMA) member; buy the book, Tools of the Trade–Modern Marketing for Construction Brands; and get professional marketing certification! Lets take a look at…
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Deconstruction and Reuse: The Future of our Built Environment

Have you ever watched a building come down? I’ve seen everything from a neighborhood of large block tenement buildings blown up, to a small cottage being crunched by a bulldozer in an hour. It’s kind of exciting in many ways, and rather distressing in others. What’s exciting is the power of our machinery to move that much material in such…
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