How to Identify 'Anything of Value' at a Job Site
As a Property Preservation contractor, correctly determining whether items that are left at a site could still have value to the former occupants can have big consequences. Watch as contractor Charles King humorously dramatizes how confusing it can be at times to figure out which items are considered "personal" and which ones are not.
10 Questions with MFS Supply's Matt Yager
You may have spoken to him many times on the phone, but here's your chance to get to know Account Manager Matt Yager a little better. This will be the first in a series of "10 Questions with . . ." to help better familiarize you with our MFS Sales Team.
Don't Leave Hundreds of Dollars at Your Worksites [...]
Are you ignoring opportunites for extra cash?
You are if you are overlooking certain allowables at your property preservation sites.
Allowables are jobs that clients have already agreed to pay for ahead of time if completed. The problem is that some allowables can change from site to site and from client to client, so it is important to stay informed.
Flexibility Places US Best at Forefront of Renovations [...]
In 2012, US Best Repair Service Inc. discovered that it needed to diversify its business focus -- and do it quickly. The ensuing moves changed the company into a leader in multi-family renovations. Sam Tucci, vice president of business operations for US Best, explains how the process unfolded in a recent interview.
What Would You Do With Some Extra Cash? [...]
With the new MFS Supply Referral Program, you can get rewarded by simply letting us know who could benefit from our low prices and excellent service. Here's how it works:
Looking to Save More Money on Your Bulk Purchases?
The new BidDesk option, only at MFS, allows you the ability to bid on every product we offer, resulting in larger savings for you!
Here's how it works . . . [...]
National Trainer Helps Contractors Grow and Flourish [...]
As a property preservation trainer for Laudan Properties, Deandre Dickerson knows it is vital to guide newcomers through potential pitfalls in the industry so they can succeed and become established. Find out how ...
Contractors Get a 90-Day 'Window' to Replace Plywood
Don't look now, but Fannie is at it again. . .
Fannie Mae, the government sponsored mortgage agency, has taken another step in stripping plywood from its boarding options completely. . . [...]