Whether you’re starting a new homebuilding or remodeling business or if you just want to build on an existing, successful company, growing your own business isn’t easy. It takes time and commitment. It’s especially hard to work on the long- and short-term growth plans amid the demands of the day-to-day work.
Here are five tips to build your business and spearhead growth in the right direction.
BONUS Tip – Lunch and Learn: Are you good at presenting? Most homeowners use the internet for research, but they’re still hungry for in-person expert information. Consider partnering with local businesses like real estate agents and financial institutions (who are marketing home equity loans).
Think of topics your own customers typically ask you. Some ideas may include:
Bring LP® SmartSide® Trim & Siding samples to demonstrate longevity and durability. Discuss warranties and new technologies. Representing a leader in high performance building solutions like LP Building Solutions helps increase your credibility among homeowners.
LP also offers a program that rewards members with access to product training, marketing support and helps you prioritize lead generation. Visit LPCorp.com/BuildSmart to learn more or check out this blog with four reasons to join the LP® BuildSmart™ preferred contractor program.
Many U.S. cities are experiencing population booms, and their new residents are demanding to live closer to the city’s core. This home building trend is encouraging “tall and skinny” construction, which is helping builders maximize the constraints of building on tight urban lots.Continue Reading
It’s no secret there is an increasing trend of sheds being transformed into alternative uses such as backyard getaways, hobby hideouts and virtually any unique purpose one can dream up. That means it is more important than ever to have tips to creating these in-demand aspirational sheds in your back pocket.
If you’re interested in historic home renovation and want to improve the flow of profitable leads, consider aligning and working more closely with your local historic landmark commission.