Category Archives: Scheduling Jobs

‘Tis the season for Planned Maintenance!

Wholesale and retail bakers, bakery cafes and foodservice providers in malls usuall experience spikes in their businesses leading up to certain holidays throughout the year, and the periods leading up to Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve are the years’ biggest all packed in tightly together.

We at Cobblestone Ovens, Inc. always experience a sharp increase in planned maintenance for wholesale and retail bakeries prior to the Thanksgiving holiday. We typically experience a sharp increase in planned maintenance for foodservice providers and bakery cafes leading up to Hanukkah and Christmas. Read more.

Landscape Budget Planning: The Perfect Scenery at the Right Cost

For professional contractors, green is the bottom line: the verdant green of gorgeous landscaping that pleases your demanding clientele, the spot-on green of efficient budgeting and the vital green of a thriving business and a growing professional network.

Of all the tools in a professional contractor’s arsenal, the most important may be a robust and versatile set of landscape cost calculators, assisting with every aspect of landscape budget planning, from costing out Grading and materials, to determining whether a lawn should start out from seed or sod, and a good, working knowledge of Fixxbook. Read more.

Electrical Estimating: Software for Contractors to Help With Scheduling Jobs

After you find the right job, there is still the issue of trying to estimate what that job is worth. All of that paperwork can be a hassle but with the right software tool it will make things that much simpler. Below is a list of electrical estimating software for contractors considered some of the best on the market. These are all reviewed on Softwareadvice.com Read more.

Construction Project Plan: The Key to a Successful Job

From project to project you might notice that each of the owners and subcontractors you’re working with all have different ideas and goals for running a project. Though it’s very rare for any two entities to think alike on every matter related to your project, there are some basic core elements that you’ll always need to give attention to when setting up your construction project plan. Regardless of the endeavor or who you are working with, when you take the time to organize the following key construction project elements, you can rest assured that your project will run smoothly. Read more.

Commercial Contractor Work: How to Prioritize Your Jobs

When it comes to commercial contractor work, an important element of success is to learn how to prioritize your jobs. If you can successfully handle multiple jobs and organize them proficiently, you’ll make your clients happy and improve your bottom-line, along with your reputation. Read more.