Even when your business is considered essential during the COVID-19 pandemic, you may still find sales lagging. After all, people are wary of inviting others into their home right now. Now is the time to conserve cash flow for your plumbing or HVAC business.
Plumbing and HVAC pros are essential employees during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, that doesn’t mean your phones are ringing off the hook for service appointments. A lot of people are scared to let people into their homes right now while they self isolate and ride out the pandemic. While this whole public health crisis can be a headache, it also offers opportunities to nurture your HVAC or plumbing customer relationships.
I don't know about you, but this pandemic stuff is starting to get to me. I'm thankful that the industries we serve have "essential business" status so that many of our customers, partners, and friends can continue working. Otherwise, this whole situation is for the birds.
With 9 out of 10 Americans supporting the growth of solar, you might be wondering how you can incorporate green energy into your plumbing business. Luckily, the introduction of solar water heaters is bringing renewable resources into the plumbing mainstream. Keep reading for an in-depth breakdown of the functions of solar-powered water heaters and how you can incorporate this plumbing trend into your business.
It’s been a wild ride this year, hasn’t it? In the past week or two, we’ve seen how much a virus can change our ways of doing business -- even our ways of just living our lives.
The HVAC industry is experiencing a time of unprecedented growth. Both residential and commercial customers are upgrading their systems to take advantage of advances in comfort, efficiency, and technology. At the same time, many HVAC business owners are facing a new challenge: a growing skills gap. A record number of skilled, experienced technicians are reaching retirement age. At the same time, the advanced technology driving these systems require a new level of training both for experienced techs and new recruits.
Can you believe it’s almost March? Where does the time go? Spring is just around the corner, and that can mean a slowdown in HVAC sales for many of us. Depending on where you operate, you may start to notice fewer calls as soon as mid-March with the biggest lull coming in April.