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How to Attract More HVAC and Plumbing Customers

You own an HVAC or plumbing business, and you’ve got a steady stream of customers on annual maintenance plans. But, the last piece of the puzzle is missing. You wonder how you can best capture new customers. As Bob Dylan said, “The times they are a-changin’,” and that rings true for how you market your …

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5 ways to help prevent roof damage in winter – seelutions Roofer Marketing

The middle of January is the worst time to discover that your roof is damaged and leaking. In spring, when the snow starts to melt, you’ll quickly find the problem has worsened. To help prevent damage to your roof this winter, here are five things you should do before the first heavy snowfall hits. 1. Clean out …

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FAVICON LOGOS = POWER

Favicon logo designs have become one of the most powerful marketing tools today and most people do not even know what they are. Well, you see them everywhere! You see them so often now that you probably have become blinded by their market presence and domination. These little designs are fueling the success of the …

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8 Most Recommended Cargo Vans by Professionals (and 2 to Avoid) – Contractor Marketing

by Eyal Katz | Small Business Tools | March 13, 2018 For many companies, vehicles are the workhorses, carrying tools, equipment, and workers to jobsites, day in and day out. As such, the company van is a core purchase that defines the kind of work you carry out, the types of customers you serve, and the sorts of employees you hire. …

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Contractor struck buried gas lines twice in three days before deadly explosion at Aurora senior living community

Comcast confirms it had a project underway but does not acknowledge the link to gas leaks photo by Sam Tabachnik, The Denver Post By ANNA STAVER | astaver@denverpost.com | The Denver Post November 20, 2018 at 6:00 am Workers drilling underground pathways — possibly to carry new fiber-optic cables — struck buried natural-gas lines twice in three days at the …

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