Running your appliance repair business is highly rewarding. But it can also be a lot to manage all at once, especially if you're a one-man shop or a small team. Scheduling jobs each week, following up on unpaid invoices, making sure all tools and parts are available on time, it can seem like your job is never done.
Not to worry. Running your business just got a whole lot easier.
FieldPulse's appliance repair software organizes the day-to-day details of your business, giving you back your evening by reducing stressful administrative duties.
FieldPulse reduces the daily stresses of owning an appliance repair business and turns them into simple tasks that are easy to manage.
Is your team working on a standard broken dishwasher? Or are they are installing a house full of new appliances? Each job requires its own set of planning, supplies, and people. Don't lose sleep on how you'll get it all done.
FieldPulse Invoices & Estimates gives you the tools to send instant invoices or estimates right form your phone. Beat your competitors to the punch with a quick and effortless estimate system that let's you price out a job in minutes. Finish jobs faster with quick invoices that can be paid right on the jobsite.
Scheduling your next big job, or small one for that matter, takes just a few clicks. FieldPulse Job Scheduling allows you to easily gauge your team's bandwidth. Take on as many jobs as possible without compromising customer satisfaction.
Appliance repair means having to order various parts and equipment needed to do certain jobs. FieldPulse Purchase Order Software takes the worry and stress out of getting the parts and tools you need — when you need them.
Ditch the old-school paperwork and endless phone calls. FieldPulse gives you and your team members time back in the day to concentrate on the important stuff, while providing a terrific experience your customers won't soon forget.
2020 was a doozy. Yet despite quarantines and shutdowns, the field service industry still managed to shine. The industry was estimated to have a value of $3 billion in 2020, and forecasts predict that will rise to $5.1 billion by 2025.
That said, if you want to be a part of that massive growth, you’ll need to think about how your business will react going forward.
To prepare yourself for the upcoming year, it’s important to think about how things changed in 2020. Reflecting on how practices have been different can help you ready yourself for whatever 2021 brings — which is hopefully something a little better than what 2020 had in store.
Download this free resource to find out how identifying exactly what went wrong — and what went right — can help you understand how to approach the future.
Like it or not, the world is changing.
The ways you previously marketed your services — print ads, TV commercials, radio ads, etc. — are no longer pulling in the best results.
This is even more pronounced as a new, digitally savvy generation is taking the helm. That’s right. The long-feared Millennial is finally at the forefront.
Millennials were born between 1981 and 1996, and research estimates that over 43% of them own a home. While that’s not the biggest homeowner segment yet, in a few years, it will be. That’s why now is the best time to start updating your market- ing efforts to meet their needs.
In this free guide, we discuss why you need to begin reimagining your marketing efforts to attract this up-and-coming customer base.
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