Category Archives: New Products
Customer reviews are a great way to help you grow your business and win more jobs, so we wanted to make it easy for you to manage the reviews you receive from homeowners. We’re excited to announce that CraftJack pros now have the ability to manage reviews directly in the mobile app!
To access this new feature, be sure to update your app to the latest version.
CraftJack pros can request reviews from both homeowners they’ve worked with through CraftJack as well as homeowners they’ve worked with outside of CraftJack. This allows our pros to more quickly establish their reputation and trust among current and future homeowner customers. The best part is, it’s easy to do! You can share a link with homeowners, send them an email or auto-send them an email when you mark a job as won.CONTINUE READING
Despite the slow season coming up for contractors across the country, manufacturers are busy updating and creating new products you all need to finish your jobs on time with the precision you guarantee.
With the holidays coming up, manufacturers have stepped it up over the last few months, coming out with numerous tools and products such as outdoor power tools, jobsite radios and much more. See below as we explore the hottest new products coming to market.
If you would like a recap of other new tools released this year, please see New Products: July 2015.CONTINUE READING
When you buy a compressor, chances are, you’re gonna have it for awhile.
With no external moving parts or whirring blades or fine adjustments to speak of, the work a compressor does is inside its body so there are few moving parts to fool with or break.
I’m not saying you can’t break one—I’ve mangled several— but what I am saying is that they just don’t take the same kind of relentless abuse other tools take. Sort of.
What’s more, if you’re going to buy something that lasts a long time, buying something that serves as many masters as possible is a wise choice. It might take a little outside the box thinking which is where you’ll find my compressor on just about every jobsite.CONTINUE READING