Anticipating what can go wrong keeps profit margins intact.
Show prospective customers what makes your decks worth the price.
You can polish up your company's image with minimal expense by using better business cards and more signs with your company's logo
Developing plans and specs for a job takes time and expertise. When a prospective customer takes that information to one of your competitors, you run the risk of losing the job. Shawn McCadden suggests how to avoid this problem.
Showing prospective customers nighttime photos of your illuminated deck projects will help convert them into clients
Pros and DIYers are welcome on this industry-sponsored online forum, where frequent participants can earn points towards tools
Tim Musch at Remodelers Advantage offers tips for generating more sales from your website leads.
You don't have to hire a pro to get great photos of your best projects
Decking manufacturer MoistureShield announces a new marketing program with online review site Angie's List.
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Homeowners love to see aerial photos of their new deck, but check local laws before takeoff
In the next issue of PDB, we’ll take a closer look at how drones have become a favorite marketing tools for some deck builders.
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