Marc Piper worked as a partner to JB Warranties back in 2016 as our commercial print salesman before joining the team full-time in August of 2019. Marc has been in the graphic design and commercial printing space since 1995, working with customers of all sizes around the Southwest.
On this episode of Trade Talk, Marc Piper the Project Manager for JB Warranties shares some details about the free print materials they provide to customers to help them market extended warranties.
Welcome back, HVAC and plumbing industry friends! JB Warranties is here with another Monthly Round-Up, where we dive deep to discover relevant conversations happening right now across our trade. We understand the importance of keeping up with industry trends and the beneficial influence they can have on your operations, so we strive to keep our readers in the loop.
When it comes to the factors that help build a successful HVAC or plumbing business, a robust operation doesn't simply start and end with top-notch customer service — in fact, it's quite the opposite. For an HVAC or plumbing business to truly thrive, owners must tap into various types of revenue streams, including a quality sales process, just to lock in customers in the first place.
For field service businesses, like HVAC and plumbing, vehicle wraps serve as a fantastic form of advertising that has the potential to reach thousands of prospective customers each week. With American drivers taking an average of 1.1 billion trips a day, there's no doubt that the use of vehicle wraps offers an immense customer reach that can even rival that of digital marketing solutions.
Hi there, fellow plumbing and HVAC trades folk! Welcome back to JB Warranties' Monthly Round-Up, where we highlight the hottest topics across our shared industry. As a leader in extended warranty services for HVAC and plumbing professionals, we understand how important keeping up with current industry trends can be for a successful business.
John Robert joined the company in August of 2018 as Territory Manager in Houston, Texas, after graduating from Texas Tech University. John spent most of his time as a Territory Manager, consulting with contractors and working with our distribution partners throughout greater Houston.
With the ongoing impacts of shipping delays, price inflation, and supply chain shortages, the last thing HVAC professionals need right now is to be unprepared for upcoming 2023 HVAC industry regulation changes. These forthcoming regulations entail new minimum efficiency standards for heat pumps and air conditioners that can affect how to conduct business in the new year.
The past two years have forced every industry to navigate countless operational restrictions, delays, and shutdowns induced by the COVID-19 pandemic. Although still present, the ramifications of the pandemic have finally begun to subside — along with the restrictions on businesses. Now, those in the HVAC industry are gearing up to return to pre-pandemic performance levels.
Every business owner — and their team of talented technicians — deserves fair compensation for their services. However, compensation can only be as fair as the established price of services allows. If a business owner doesn't follow best practices while pricing their HVAC or plumbing services, it's not long before profit comes up short, or worse, company cash flow dips into the negative.