Shopping for the fellow tradesperson in your life? We've got you covered.
It's *that* time of year again, which means most of us are racking our brains in search of the perfect gift ideas for those near and dear to us. If you have a home service contractor in your life—or fellow tradespeople to buy for—you might be wondering what kind of gift is going to make their season merry and bright.
Lucky for you, we specialize on what today’s tradespeople want most at ServiceTitan. Below, we’ve compiled a list of 2018’s hottest gift ideas for plumbers, HVAC techs, and electricians who managed to stay on the “nice” list this year.
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If you’re a professional plumber, then you already know that Black Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, is the busiest day for residential plumbing companies. It’s easy to see why: Thanksgiving means that many families are experience bustling activities in their kitchens and visiting guests usually means there’s a greater demand on our bathrooms, as well.
Each year, your company likely meets with employees on a one-on-one basis for a performance review. This reviews the employee's skills, contributions, and value to your company. It is also a way to assess how the employee is doing and to look for areas where improvements can be made.
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To make sure you’re competing well for the attention of your prospective and previous customers, it’s important to stay on top of the most recent and up-and-coming field service trends. In some cases, these impact how you will provide field, home or local services to your customers, but generally, these deal with how your company connects you to those customers, when they first meet your brand and after service is completed.
“What is Field Service Management?”
As the operator of an HVAC shop, you know that you don't regularly have homeowners coming into your location to browse your offerings. Pedestrians aren't pausing at your storefront to get a peek at the latest condensers or maintenance contract deals.
Your schedules and routes are set. You’re ready to get your trucks rolling and keep them moving, one service call to the next. You’ve matched your best-qualified technicians to the vehicles, equipment, and maybe even other contractors they’ll need to be able to meet your customers’ expectations upon arrival.