We have addressed the remodeler/trade contractor relationship in past episode; one from a Production Manager and the other from an on-site Project Manager, but both from the remodeler’s perspective.
Learning a different point of view of who you’re working with is crucial to running a smooth business and a lot of remodelers could benefit from hearing the perspective of a trade contractor.
In this episode, Nick Kozar, owner of Chelsea Plumbing, does just that.
Located in Chelsea, Michigan, Nick began his career with Chelsea Plumbing as an apprentice with no knowledge of the plumbing trade. After 13 years as an employee and receiving Journeyman, Master, and Mechanical Contractor licenses, he purchased the business from its founder who started the company in 1979.
Tim, Steve and Nick talk more about:
- Top three “things” that are important to the trade contractor.
- Effective ways to address scheduling between remodelers and trade contractors.
- Dealing with higher costs of trade labor.
- Strengthening trade and contractor relationships.
- The perspective of a trade contractor.
- And more…
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