If you’re relying on industry rule-of-thumb figures to estimate your overhead, markup, and other numbers, you’re not alone. It’s common for residential and small commercial service businesses to use industry norms in a variety of ways, such as when assessing their overhead expenses and pricing their services.
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There are lots of opinions on the best way to price trade services. By and large, we’ve found that the majority of our own home service businesses we work with prefer flat rate and so do home service customers. But it doesn’t necessarily work as well across all job types.
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Brooks Pettus, COO of Housecall Pro, sits down to discuss tips and advice on how to find and grow the leaders for your service business.
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