During the COVID-19 outbreak, there is a lot of uncertainty for service contractors and their businesses. Throughout this time, we’ll continue providing updates, tips, and other relevant links for you to reference.
These 8 suggestions will help get you through this time and set yourself up for the long-term.
Your business doesn’t need to come to a complete halt at this time. Making these necessary adjustments to pricing, inventory management, and customer relations can help save your business if it’s struggling at this time.
Communicate, distance, and sanitize. These suggestions will help keep your business moving in the right direction during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Make sure to warn your customers that toilet paper is the only paper product that should be flushed down the toilet.
With so many people at home, now is a perfect time to attract new customers and ensure you’re retaining your existing ones.
See how other contractors are dealing with the COVID-19 outbreak in their own businesses. There may be someone who’s experiencing the same exact thing in their business.
Help limit the spread of germs and prevent you and your loved ones from infection.
The most important details you need to know about COVID-19.
Know how to protect yourself, if you or someone you know has symptoms, where the newest cases are and more.
The Lighter Side
On the lighter side, if you want to see how long your toilet paper stock will last, this is a fun link to check out!
Based on what you have in your pantry, these suggestions can help keep your meal choices fun and different.
Staying at home can get boring after a while. Here are just a few suggestions to keep yourself occupied.
For many service contractors during this COVID-19 outbreak, times of uncertainty arise. A positive note is that seasons are changing and so is the weather. This means people will need tune-ups for their HVAC units, electrical check-ins on their outdoor patios, and plumbers to unclog whatever people who couldn’t buy toilet paper have been flushing down their toilets.
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