Storm season is here and you that means there is money to be made. We all know there has got to be a way to speed up the process and there is a way… software. If you are not using a program, have you thought about using one? If you have, but still choose not to, what is your reason? If you are using one, does the program fit your needs as a home improvement company? Sure there are software’s that will give you the material list or give you the capability to track your jobs, maybe even give an estimate, but these programs are mostly for roofing. When dealing with storms there are other components, other than a roof, that get damaged and destroyed. I am talking siding, gutter, patio covers, even windows get damaged and destroyed. What is the point of paying to have one aspect of a storm damaged property estimated and tracked, when you could have the capability to have all the components of the exterior home estimated and tracked? Contractor Rush gives you that capability. From roofing to siding, gutters, patio covers, windows, doors and more, Contractor Rush is not only an estimation program, but a business solution for any exterior home improvement company. If you’re tired of fighting the uphill battle that we all face and want a program, which is created by the professional contractor for the professional contractor, it is time to feel the rush. For more information on Contractor Rush or our Home Improvement Consulting Service, to sign up for a 30 day free trial, or to schedule a go-to-meeting to discuss the benefits of Contractor Rush further in depth, contact us today www.ContractorRush.com 855.742.3216
Contractor Rush is a web based business management program. Contractor Rush is not only an estimation program for the exterior of a home, but a business tool that will help you control all aspects of your business from start to finish, with a few simple clicks of a button. Contractor Rush has it all covered! From building your customer base, to estimations, to proposals, work orders, material orders, and record keeping… to even tracking the status of all your job proposals.