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Commercial

27
Dec

Tips for Increasing Your Construction Business’s Profits this Winter

Learn how you can make your construction business more profitable during the winter months. Winter is one of the slowest times for those in the construction industry.  This is because concerns about funding and weather delays culminate during these months.  However, with a little strategic planning, you can carry your business through this slow season.  Here are some of the

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20
Dec

Are You Liable for Construction Defects?

What is a construction defect and can your business be held responsible for one? As a contractor or construction professional, you know that you are subject to certain liability risks.  While having the right contractor general liability insurance can help you protect against these risks, you should still understand the threats that your business faces.  For instance, lawsuits related to

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13
Dec

Employ these OSHA Recommended Health & Safety Practices at Your Business

Here are some of OSHA’s health and safety recommendations that you should employ at your construction business. Those working in the construction industry are subject to a considerable amount of risk.  One of the most serious risks that construction business owners face is the threat of employee injuries.  While having the right workers compensation insurance will ensure that your workers

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29
Nov

Tool Maintenance Tips for Electrical Contractors

Take care of your tools and equipment. As an electrical contractor, you rely heavily on your tools to complete your job.  However, as equipment and tools age, they become less reliable.  Luckily, there are certain steps that you can take to prolong the lifetime of your tools and equipment.  Here are some of the equipment maintenance tips that you should

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20
Nov

How Overscheduled Contractors Can Better Manage Their Time

Try out these time management tips for contractors. As a contractor, it’s great to be busy.  However, if you want to be successful, then it’s important to make sure that you are managing your workload in an efficient manner.  If you are feeling overwhelmed by all the things that require your attention, there are some steps that you can take

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15
Nov

OSHA Fall Prevention Tips for Contractors

Protect your employees with these fall prevention strategies endorsed by OSHA. Unfortunately, working as a contractor or construction worker comes with certain risks.  One of the most common and serious risks is the threat of falling.  In fact, falls are currently the leading cause of death among workers.  Fortunately, there are steps that employers and supervisors can take to prevent

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8
Nov

Don’t Buy into These Commercial Auto Insurance Myths

Learn the truth behind these common commercial auto misconceptions. If your business requires the use of company or personal vehicles, then you need the protection that only business auto insurance can offer.  However, when trying to secure this coverage, many business owners get caught up in popular misconceptions and inaccuracies.  To clear things up, here is the truth behind some

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18
Oct

Ways that Contractors Can Limit Insurance Losses

Learn how you can avoid costly insurance issues. As a contractor, you understand how important it is to create a detailed budget for major projects.  However, many contractors do not take insurance issues into account when organizing their budgets.  As such, a major insurance mistake or oversight can throw the entire project into the red.  To avoid costly insurance issues,

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11
Oct

Why Does My Business Need Equipment Breakdown Coverage?

Here’s why equipment breakdown insurance is essential for your business. As a contractor, your ability to complete your work relies heavily on the functionality of your equipment.  For instance, imagine what would happen if a key piece of equipment were to malfunction right before work on a major project was scheduled to start.  Not only would your work be delayed

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