Boost efficiency with clean and organized trucks/ techs. Here Steve offers 5 tips to make a difference right now!
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One of Steve’s favorite ways to add value and make more money on each job.
The phrases you (and your employees) use with the client can define you as a true professional.
Your biggest “challenge”? Getting hit with the same OLD PROBLEMS over and over again and NOT DOING ANYTHING TO SOLVE THEM!
Change your Business Infrastructure to avoid ugly, profit destroying negative Moments of Truth!
Today’s truck mounts are VERY reliable. But TM’s are machines and machines still break down, don’t start and/or CONSPIRE to destroy your business!
Even if you fill your cleaning schedule this winter you still must work safely and efficiently.
Tools in our industry can range from the massive to the sophisticated. So why my love affair with “duckbills”?
Equipment breaks down. Its part of production and nature of our industry. It’s OK. But continously sending damaged equipment back into the field is NOT ok. Here’s how to break the cycle…
Use this Equipment Repair Sheet (ERS) to let the office know about broken tools AND get them fixed right away.
Americans are now recycling 30% of the 50 billion plus water bottles we consume every year! Much of this recycled plastic (polyethylene terephthalate/PET) is being turned into residential carpet. Are you up for the challenge?
When a worker “owns” their personally assigned PPE they will be much more likely to care for it and follow PPE procedures.
This Personal Protection Inventory List gives each on-location tech their very own PPE bag and makes them accountable.
With this past (and ongoing) winter who knows if we will see “flowers” or more SNOW in the coming months. The only sure thing is that there will be a lot of pent up customer demand to get their homes and buildings clean and fresh smelling very soon!
Nothing ticked me off more than a phone call like this: “Steve, don’t yell at me. But I can’t change out a plugged jet on my carpet wand because there is no wrench on this van.” Read on to see how we fixed this recurring issue …