It has been more than a decade since the global financial crisis of 2008 but the memory still persists for a lot of construction business owners. The construction industry was severely hit by the recession and several issues still linger, including the current labor shortage. Unfortunately, the threat of an economic downturn will always be
As a contractor, completing a construction project can be very expensive. In fact, this business is often referred to as a feast or famine business. Many clients will pay for the job once it’s completed or after completing a milestone. That means your business will have to pay for every expense out of its own
Construction is a very complex business, with a vast number of elements and factors to take into consideration for a project to develop successfully. That said, it comes as no surprise that in many cases, costly delays and budget overruns are part of the reality on and off-site. This is where a great number of
Contractors regularly face risks on the job It’s understandable how some people look at contractors and wish they would be in their shoes. Contractors own their time, people work for them, and they typically earn more money than your usual 9-to-5 employee. All things considered, contractors are perceived to have it made, and that perception
It’s great being a contractor, but for all the wonderful things it’s associated with, contracting work also brings with it a lot of risks.
Synthetic slate roofing has been popular in Europe and for large structures in the United States. This type of roofing material has always been...