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Richard F. Kuntz, founder and now retired president, started Jupiter-Tequesta at the age of 30. He started out in new construction, saw the opportunity in service and repair, and has been focused on residential service and replacement ever since.
Are you one of those contractors who believes if you service a customer once and do a great job, he’ll remember you forever? I wish it was true. Instead, studies show 55% of the customers you lose leave you because you paid them no attention.
The Jacob J. Javits Convention Center in New York City recently completed a four-year, $465 million renovation and expansion. Designed by I. M. Pei architects as a space frame structure, the center was built between 1980 and 1986 as a replacement of the New York Coliseum.
Compact tubing cutters from hilmor come in small diameter and large diameter sizes.
VIEVU introduces VIEVU², the first wearable Wi-Fi video camera designed for professional workers.
RIDGID’s micro LM-400 Advanced Laser Distance Meter is capable of reading distances up to 229 ft.
The Inkzall Jobsite Markers from Milwaukee Tool feature a built-in hard-hat clip, fast-drying ink, clog-resistant tips and the ability to write through dusty, wet or oily surfaces.
DECKED is a full-sized truck bed storage system that incorporates two waterproof, bed-length roll-out drawers.
Publicity is the most powerful form of marketing communication your plumbing company can possibly have. There is a wave of influence in your market, merely waiting to slosh one side or the other. Most watch. Some hope that it visits them.
Founded as a cleaning and restoration services company in 1992, Stockbridge, Ga.-based Creative MultiCare launched its plumbing division in 2007. “When our water-extraction technicians were called to the site of broken or clogged pipes, especially late at night, they were all too often left waiting for plumbers to arrive,” explains Patrick McDonald, Creative’s president.