A contract is signed, but then the cost of the job supplies, materials, or even fuel has gone up 5, 10, even 15%! Then what happens? A contractor begs the supplier for a better rate, or they can surprise the customer with a higher price tag and lowered trust. What if there was a better way: write contracts that accommodate a changing economy.
Join us as we discuss:
- Change orders and how to use them
- Resources for cost fluctuation
- Navigating tough conversations with customers
- Cutting labor by staying up to date with the latest tech
Check out this episode with Russ Springer, Owner & President at Legends Landscape Supply, to understand price increases and supply demands, plus tips and tricks for contractors to be better prepared and more proactive when submitting quotes and getting materials from dealers.