Whether you are installing insulation on a recently built property or the latest light fixture in a new customer's house, a handyman's work is never done.
FieldPulse's business management app is designed for a handyman's needs. No more sitting at the kitchen table reading over dozens of paper invoices and upcoming job schedules.
When you use FieldPulse, you reclaim your kitchen table with industry-leading features that include:
Being a handyman means being a lot to many people. It also means handling a lot of paperwork and making endless amounts of calls to schedule appointments, follow up on invoices, and order much-needed supplies.
Take back precious time to spend with those who matter most by letting FieldPulse do all the heavy lifting.
Don't wait to get back to the office to agree to a new set of jobs. Simply pull out your phone and schedule the jobs right on the spot. With an easy way to view your schedule, and the schedules of any team members, you'll be able to impress customers with how easy it is to work with you.
Handymen take on a lot of different jobs, which means you need to keep track of all you need to do. FieldPulse task management software allows you to easily track all your tasks. Check off tasks as they are done and move on to the next with ease.
Customer management does not have to be hard, even if you have several different customers — all with differing needs. Store customer information in FieldPulse to easily pull the next time you're on the job so you never forget any details.
Look at past invoices, estimates, and specific supplies ordered so that you are prepared for anything that might come your way.
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.
Look inside to find out how identifying exactly what went wrong — and what went right — can help you understand how to approach the future.
Times have changed. Customers now go to the internet when searching for a contractor. Having a strong online presence is critical to winning new business in this day and age, so you need to make sure your digital marketing is set up to attract and convert leads.
The internet continues to expand and the customer journey to finding their contractor is expanding as well. For your customers, their journey begins offline, with a problem; AC repair, heating issue, leaky sink, updated lighting, etc.
In this marketing for contractors guide, we’ll explore:
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