After a tough winter season of harsh weather and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, many construction officials are finding themselves coming into the busy spring season with less money in their business accounts. If you’re looking to stretch your cash as projects begin rolling in for the warmer months, consider these cost-saving tips for the spring season.
- Utilize nontraditional forms of advertising. Buying traditional local advertisements can put a strain on your business account. Instead of spending money running commercials or advertisements in your local paper, try out a nontraditional form of advertising. For example, you can consider contacting previous clients and asking them if you can use them as a personal reference for future clients. You can also use social media to get the word out about your business, run contests, or create a YouTube channel to spread educational content.
- Choose used tools. If you need to purchase a new breaker or hammer, consider investing in a used tool from Hydraulic Breaker Services. Our used hydraulic hammers and breakers are all factory rebuilt and must pass the strictest safety tests before they hit the shelves. This allows you to save money while also getting the tools that you need without draining your checking account.
- Record all of your business expenses. Recording all of your business expenses (even if they’re only a few dollars) can make tax time significantly more affordable. Small expenses like pens, office supplies, and fuel to travel to clients can add up quickly!
Is one of your tools unsafe or below safety standards? If it is, you could be putting yourself or your employees at risk of a serious injury. Thankfully, affordable used hydraulic breakers and hammers are always available from Hydraulic Breaker Services. To learn more about the team at Hydraulic Breaker Services or our products and services, give us a call now!