How to Sell Recurring Service Agreements and Increase Revenue for Your Home Service Business

If your home-service company is like many others, it relies on a steady stream of calls from customers in order to stay in operation. Yet if your phone stops ringing for whatever reason, your business could be at risk. But what if there was a way to put your finances on autopilot, allowing your company to weather even the worst of off-seasons? That’s the type of transformative effect recurring service agreement can have for businesses that make house calls.

If you’re unfamiliar with the term recurring service agreements, or if you’ve heard of recurring service agreements but aren’t sure how they can apply to your business, this article introduces the essentials and includes some tips to help you learn how to sell recurring service agreements to your customers.

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HouseCall Pro: HVAC Invoicing — 11 Mistakes to Avoid

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Running every aspect of your HVAC business is a tall order. The busier you get with new clients and jobs, the less time you have to focus on paperwork.

So, it’s not surprising that some of the administrative stuff like invoicing might fall through the cracks.

Fortunately, HVAC invoicing doesn’t have to be complicated. We put together this list of common mistakes to avoid – so you can get paid faster, cut back on paperwork, and make invoicing a breeze.

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ACHR News Reports: Contractors Share Tips to Avoid Technician Burnout as the Heat Waves Hit

How to beat busy season blues.

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HOT CONDITIONS: Contractors are hard-pressed to ignore the extreme heat that technicians face during the busy season, making it another concern that shouldn’t be sidestepped when handling the quick pace of business. PHOTO COURTESY OF SENIOR AIRMAN ZACHARY KEE

 

The busy season is in full swing, and as the excitement of increased cash flow wears thin, contractors are faced with mounting workloads and tiring technicians. Despite the fact that most HVAC businesses resemble a Wal-Mart on Black Friday right now, there are ways to alleviate the frenzy and handle the rush with finesse. Continue reading “ACHR News Reports: Contractors Share Tips to Avoid Technician Burnout as the Heat Waves Hit”