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Whether you use your washing machine daily or once a week, it should work when needed. Washing machines can last for years, but what are the signs that you need to replace it?

  1. Noise- If your washer is making more noise than usual, this may be a sign that you need to replace it. Excess noise coming from your washer can sometimes be a minor issue that can be fixed. Call a professional first to take a look at it before spending extra money to buy a new one.
  2. Moving- Your washing machine should not move from side to side violently. It also should not move out of its current space from its movement.
  3. Leaking- There should not be water underneath your washing machine after you wash your clothes.
  4. Age- Washing machines typically last for 10-12 years. If it is older than that, it could be a sign you need a new washer.
  5. Clothes are still dirty- When you remove your clothes, they should not smell or appear dirty.
  6. Your drum is not rotating- If your washing machine fills with water, but does not rotate once filled it needs to be replaced.
  7. Water does not drain- Your clothes should go through an end cycle where the washing machine rings out your clothes keeping them damp. If you notice your drum is still full of water or your clothes are soaking wet, you may need to replace your washer.

These are a few signs that you may need to replace your current washing machine. To reiterate, it is always best to check with a professional to see if there is an option to repair your washing machine before purchasing a new one.

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Created 06/18/2020

Home Pro's Guide is now accepting guest bloggers and article writers. If you are a contractor who has valuable tips for homeowners or other home improvement business owners, Home Pro's Guide is ready to share your work with thousands of homeowners in the Florida tri-county area and nationwide.

Before submitting a guest blog or article, be sure to explore our site to see what types of blogs and articles we publish. Then, follow these simple guidelines to ensure that your article or blog is accepted and shared with homeowners and contractors across the country.

Here is a list of some of our more popular topics:

  • Awnings & Patio Covers
  • Bathroom Renovation
  • Choosing A Contractor
  • Closet Solutions
  • Concrete & Paving
  • Decks, Patios & Gazebos
  • Fences
  • Flooring
  • Heating, Ventilation & Cooling
  • Kitchen Renovation
  • Landscaping
  • Lighting
  • Marble & Granite Care
  • Mold Remediation
  • Painting & Wall Paper
  • Permits
  • Pest Control
  • Plumbing
  • Pools & Ponds
  • Rain Gutters


Writing Your Blog Or Article

  • Your writing must be high quality, original content.
  • You may submit a photograph that is relevant to the content. Please attach the image file and be sure to credit the source of the photo if applicable.
  • Include an About the Author section. You may include links back to your business's website, as long as the post is not promotional. Include an image of the author from, using the email address used in your article or blog submission
  • Articles and blogs should be 600 words or less.
  • Submit your work in Word format to


Follow these simple guidelines and your home improvement blog or article will be viewed by homeowners across the country.

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Created 06/16/2020

If you own a new home improvement business, your mailbox will soon be filled with opportunities to join organizations, participates in shows, and advertise in both print and online directories. How do you evaluate which opportunities are a good use of your time and financial resources? Other contractors you know may be willing to share some insights, but you must focus on what will give you the best exposure and the best credibility in your community.

Bridge The Confidence Gap

Keep in mind that when homeowners choose a remodeling contractor, they are taking a leap of faith. If they are novices to home improvement, they may not know what they want and are afraid that you will take advantage of that. You want to convince a new client that you have the knowledge and skills to help them at a fair price. The samples of all your past work and referrals from satisfied clients will do part of the job, but the professional credentials you bear will help you as well.

One of the easiest ways to begin developing professional credentials is to join the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI), a national organization with local chapters as well. Open to companies at least 1-year-old, with business practices in line with the NARI Code of Ethics, membership as an at-large national member costs less than $300 a year. Belonging to a local chapter costs about $500. All professionals in the company are covered by one corporate membership.

The organization, founded over 50 years ago, includes professional remodeling contractors, product manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors, trade publications, utilities, and lending institutions. By joining forces with NARI and using their logo on your materials, you identify yourself as part of the best of the best in home remodeling.

How Can NARI Membership Help You

Based on a recent study, NARI members have a competitive advantage in an economy recovering from a recession. Members reported a 14% increase in average sales in 2012, when compared to sales figures for home remodeling specialists nationwide, and look forward to a bright 2013. Over 38% of the members reported annual sales over $1 million, while 3% indicated they employed dedicated sales employees. Your NARI membership assures your customers that you are a full time remodeling professional who follows a code of professional ethics.

Affiliation with NARI might be a special advantage if you live in a major city, as 55% of remodeling spending occurs in the top 35 markets. Your membership will make you stand out to consumers from a larger pool of contractors, plus offer you the support of a local chapter.

Benefits of Joining

Educational opportunities: NARI educates consumers on what to look for in a remodeler and publishes materials on general remodeling topics, which you can distribute to your clients and potential customers. You can even link to informational videos to enhance your website. The group offers educational opportunities to you through certification programs and courses, and provides informal ongoing knowledge through its newsletters and blogs.

Marketing opportunities: You also benefit from NARI's consumer marketing and lead generation efforts. Your name is listed in various online directories, and your name will come up when a customer enters a location in the "Search for our Remodeler" box on the websites. For added exposure, you can participate in trade and consumer shows backed by the organization, and even participate in discounted advertising campaigns.

Discounts: As a NARI member, you can receive lower prices on supplies you need through group purchasing discounts, have access to consumer marketing tools, and even get reduced rates on health and liability insurance.

Networking opportunities: By participating at the national and local level, you will network with other professionals, which can lead to referrals.

For a relatively small investment, your company can reap major benefits from joining and participating in the National Association of the Remodeling Industry.

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Created 06/15/2020

As a contractor, you'll find that a few clients know exactly what they want, hire you to do it, write you a check, and you're done. Many clients, however, have only a vague vision of what they want, and need your help in bringing that vision to life. For those particular clients, you can add a whole new level of service if you have design expertise or an interior decorator on your staff.

Traditionally, contractors are called in to carry out the plans of an interior designer, who may have prepared an elegant open plan that failed to account for the realities of construction within a budget. When you start work, you may find the need to add costly hidden steel support beams add posts to a room, or reroute extensive plumbing, heating, and electrical wiring to follow the plan. You discuss your dilemma with the homeowner, who may refer you to the designer, a person with whom you have no direct relationship. You may be able to come to a compromise, the client may come up with more money, but often things can get ugly between all three parties.

Benefits Of A Shared Vision

Having a designer work with you on your team assures that aesthetics, function, and structural integrity are all in harmony. Often called the design-build concept, this approach benefits your clients in many ways.

  • Designers, contractors and architects who work together in the earlier stages of a project understand the goals and desired outcome, resulting in a shared focus on how to get things done. If unexpected problems pop up in the construction phase, the team can more quickly make decisions as to how to proceed. There is less territoriality and more respect among the professionals, and the client benefits from the unified approach.

  • Many contractors have a great sense of design, and some interior designers are familiar with proper construction techniques; however the team approach assures that the customer is getting the joint expertise he needs. The designer might suggest how to better configure rooms for traffic flow, and how to add details such as electrical outlets, that will make a room functional. The contractor, however, has expert knowledge of building codes and what is physically possible given the underlying structure of the building and the budget. When interior designers and contractors work together, there is better communication, which eliminates mistakes and the need to redo things.

  • In the world of home repair and remodeling, many customers appreciate one-stop shopping. Once a customer indicates what he or she wants, agrees to a budget, and approves design choices, the design-build team can offer a turnkey product to the busy homeowner, often at a lower price.

  • A good design-build team communicates about projects. If a customer decides on a change or upgrade, everyone on the design-build team feels the repercussions and makes the appropriate changes. An extra window the customer wants may require budget adjustments in other parts of the project, or changes to other decorative or structural items.

How Design-Build Benefits You

As a contractor, you may forge an ongoing professional relationship with the designer you have worked with on a particular job, or hire a new designer to your staff. You can even build teams that include specialists, such as lighting designers, to provide more comprehensive services. Since some clients will want design services, but not continue with the project, you may be able to obtain revenue from just the design side of your business. 

When you can offer potential customers design-build expertise, you put yourself in the running for more extensive and more lucrative jobs. Your portfolio and in person referrals will reflect client satisfaction with the total package achieved.

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Created 06/12/2020

As a home improvement contractor, you want to provide the best solutions for your clients, but sometimes you might find that part of a project is outside your expertise. Rather than telling the homeowner that they need to find another contractor to do what you can't, you can save the day by suggesting and bringing in a specialist to complete parts of the job.

However, you want to make sure that anyone you bring in measures up to your standards, as your client may hold you responsible if the other person does poor work. If you have a database of preferred contractors, you will always have resources to help you do a great job for your clients. You can advance your own reputation (and be able to accept more jobs) by calling on people you trust.

Who Should Be In Your Vendor Database?

In the home improvement industry, no man is an island. No matter how skilled you are, you will always need to know other reliable craftsmen with additional or complementary skills. If you are a great carpenter, you may occasionally require a plumber or an electrician. Being able to do multiple tasks is an asset, but a complex job may require professionals with specialized expertise, licensure, and certifications that you don't have. You should make it a goal to find professionals with skills to complement and supplement your own skills. Creating a vendor database is a formalized type of networking.

Developing A Vendor Database

From day one when you started your business, you probably knew a few experts that you could use as the core of your database. You probably worked with them in the past. If you haven't already made arrangements to use each other, contact them to formalize the relationship. Then plan to add more resources throughout the course of normal business operations. Here are some places to look:

Watch who's good. If you're working on projects in customers' homes or on a commercial job site, you may meet other tradesmen that have been hired. If you like their work style and ethics, make sure to get their contact information for future use.

Attend home shows. When you go to home shows, you're likely to see other professionals promoting their services. Talk to the vendors you meet there to see what holes they can fill in your service offerings. If customers are there as well, pay attention to who they recommend.

Join professional organizations. Consider your local Chamber of Commerce, BBB or other niche organization or association. Some of the people you meet there can help you if you need a professional in another specialty, or they may be interested in using your services themselves. Even in an online world, it's always nice to put a face with a company name, so try to actually attend local events.

Make your database both deep and wide. Some jobs require professionals such as designers, architects, or inspectors. Make sure to include this type of expertise in your database as well. You may need a professional opinion about whether a wall is structural, whether you can reroute water pipes, or whether a proposed technique is up to code. Having a vast professional network is useful for getting advice and suggestions, especially if you're in a pinch and need a quick answer.

Monitoring Industry Trends

Since you're the expert, your customers might expect you to know about new trends in your industry. Talk to your peers and read professional publications, online and off, to learn the latest home remodeling techniques, materials, color palettes, and more. Your database should include this information about the industry as well as contractor names. As you expand your knowledge of the industry, you'll know what specialties should be added to your contractor base.

As you build your database, make sure to note any feedback you receive from customers or any observations you have about your contacts. If you hear that someone is too pricey or lacks skills, you can decide whether or not to use them again. If you have received jobs in return from any vendors, make sure to keep track of that too.

Your database is your network of trusted vendors. Develop it and watch your business grow.

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Created 06/11/2020

When you set up your home improvement business, you not only need a physical address, but a home on the internet too. Since you offer the services you perform in person, you may wonder why. According to Google, 97% of customers start their search for businesses online these days. Still wondering why an online presence is necessary?


Why Do You Need A Website?


Your website can effectively pre-sell you and what you offer. When a customer is interested in your business, they want to know some specifics, such your hours, your prices, your length of time in business, and whether you can do exactly what they need. If your potential customer finds three other sites that provide all the information they're looking for (and your site doesn't), it is highly unlikely you'll be receiving a call from that customer.


Consumers are demanding these days; they want to find what they're looking for fast, and they want the information they need to be delivered quickly, easily and in an organized manner. They're not going to jump through hoops to give you their business.


Creating A Website Is Easy


Creating a simple website for your home improvement business is easy. You can procure custom design services or use a template from companies such as GoDaddy, 1and1, or WordPress that offer a home improvement theme. You can add your own photos and information to these sites.


Whether you hire out the job or do it yourself, you should consult with (and maybe hire) an online marketing company to assure that you have your site built on the proper keywords. You want people to find you! Google keeps changing the rules for how this happens, so acquiring some professional expertise might be worth your while.


Know What Your Site COULD Have:


Your site should have the basics about where you are, what you do, and when you're open, but your website can offer so much more:

  • You can explain your services in great detail, even down to specific brands you install or the work you do. If you specialize in mobile home repair, you can emphasize how choosing a contractor familiar with mobile homes is a better choice than a general repair service.

  • You can offer general and more specific information about the processes you use, alternative ways of doing it, and the pro's and con's of different methods. If you offer faux painting, you can describe the finishes and where to use them, plus add pictures to show what faux painting looks like.

  • You can personalize the site so potential customers can familiarize themselves with you. By adding pictures and describing your experience on your About Page, you can add a human touch to your business. People want to know that you are a lifelong community resident and had 15 years of home repair experience even before you opened the doors of your own company.

What Your Site Absolutely SHOULD Have:

  • Your site should have a Contact Us Page that lists your name, address, email, cell, website, and social media links so the visitors have several ways to contact you. Make sure to list your name, address, and phone number the same as you have it on your business cards, stationary, and other materials.

  • In today's digital age, a lot of people prefer online and email communication over a phone conversation. Before they waste their time talking to you, many customers want a quick way to contact you to see if you're a potential candidate. Therefore it is highly recommended to have a contact form on your site so that visitors can quickly send you a message. Be sure to follow-up! This mode of contact is just as important as the phone ringing.

Why Bother To Add More Than The Basics To Your Site?


Current research indicates that most people visit a website several times before deciding to buy. The more relevant content you have, the more reason they have to come back. Having an attractive, useful website can give you the competitive edge in securing one-time and recurring business.


In today's online business environment, setting up a website for your home improvement business is easy and necessary.

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Created 06/10/2020

When you open your new home improvement business, you enter a whole new world of financial accountability. You have to keep track of supplies you purchase and goods and services you offer, pay yourself and any employees or contractors, and stay ahead of filing dates for various tax forms.

Fortunately, even a small business has easy access to inexpensive accounting software to supplement or replace an accounting service. Should you try to handle your accounting yourself? If you do, what should you use?

Should You Work With A Professional?

Many people starting out in business lack the skills to set up and maintain an accounting system to cover all these bases. Small businesses usually try to keep their expenses at a minimum, which is why the business owner or their spouse or their Aunt Susan who knows a little bookkeeping often handles the books. With the free and low-cost software available to small business owners, this can be an acceptable way to keep records so long as the person doing the job is accurate, trustworthy, and competent.

However, if you choose to work with a professional accounting firm, they can:

  • Give you an idea of your progress

  • Alert you of impending financial problems

  • Provide you with accurate records when you file taxes

  • Accurately sum up your income, expenses, and profits and losses. When the time comes to apply for loans from the SBA or your local bank, you will need professional financial statements that show your profit and loss.

Great Software For Small Businesses

For a few hundred dollars, you can purchase Quick Books or Sage, which are easy to use and accepted by the IRS as official documentation. These programs give you the ability to enter receivables and payables, plus run all types of reports to show your progress. Coupled with your business plan, a P&L statement from QuickBooks is something you can take to the bank. QuickBooks even has an online plan for less than $35 a month, which is more basic than the full software, but still has what many small businesses need.

In the home improvement field, there is also industry-specific software such as Goldenseal Home Improvement. This product has accounting functions, project management tools, construction estimates, and contact management. Additionally, the software includes estimating features based on over 2,000 cost units, Goldenseal is comprehensive, but rather costly for new businesses.

Free Or Low Cost Options

In contrast to more costly business software packages, there are several free software programs that can do the job. One of the best is GnuCash, which offers double entry accounting, the ability to do reports and graphs, stock tracking, and much more. This software is open source and available on popular operating systems such as Windows, Mac, and Linux, and even Android. The product is regularly updated and since the interface looks very much like Microsoft Excel, the average non-accountant can take to it easily.

Aside from GnuCash, there are several other programs that are free or low-cost, such as Outright, EZAct, Fresh Books, and Free Accounting. Some of these have modules you can add to your basic system as you grow. Microsoft offers templates that are user-friendly too.

Whether you decide to place your bookkeeping and accounting solely in the hands of professionals, use your accountant as a consultant, or manage your books with software depends on your resources and your level of comfort in handling financial matters.

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Created 06/09/2020

When you start your small business, your customer list may be a handful of business cards from people you've worked with before. You may have even written down a few referrals or added some names to your smartphone. Some contacts might have called you on the phone, while others you might have met on Facebook, LinkedIn, or Twitter. You hope to transform this disparate list of names into a growing group of people who want your services. How do you keep track of these people? What do you need to know about these potential customers?

What Do You Need In Your Database?

When you keep track of your contacts, you want not only names but also other information such as:

  • Where the lead came from

  • What the person is interested in

  • What you have sold them in the past

  • And what their potential might be for the future.

Why do you need all this? That information you noted on a slip of paper or in your phone can offer you valuable business information. Especially when you're starting out as a small business, when you are still defining your niche, knowing your customers' needs can help you make smart business decisions. Knowing where your leads came from can help you plan your marketing and advertising, and knowing what they have bought in the past might give you an idea of future demand.

Your Growing Contact Management System

Your initial needs for a CMS will grow along with your business.

  • Once you have made a few sales, you may want to keep track of customer relationship issues and build a file of customers who will provide testimonials about your services.

  • As your business starts to grow, you might wish to hire someone else to work with your customers. You need to have the information about your customers in a central place someplace besides your head.

  • As you collect names, you might want to contact potential customers through e-mail, Facebook ads, or a newsletter. To do this effectively, you need to have the same information on each contact,in the same order.

Given the gold mine your contact list holds, how you keep your names together matters. You need more than just a simple list of names and addresses in Word or Excel. The best way to organize your contacts is to use database software that allows you to enter customer information and manipulate it in such a way that you can extract other useful information from it.

Convenient Database Software

Appropriate database products range in price from no money at all to thousands of dollars. You can set up a database of your own in Excel or Microsoft Access, but the advantage of using actual contact management software is that many of the fields that you need for customer tracking, sales, marketing, and project management are already set up for you. Here are a few you might consider:

Capsule is simple contact management software that captures customer information, manages sales information about each person, and keeps your projects on track. You can try a free version that holds up to 250 contacts. The paid version at $12 per month per user can be integrated with free or low-cost accounting applications such as FreeAgent or FreshBooks, with Google Apps, Mail Chimp e-mail software, and much more.

Sage ACT is a popular contact management software that now bills itself as a “business command center” which organizes customer information and integrates with Microsoft Outlook, Google, LinkedIn, and other popular software that might be a point of contact for potential customers. Should your needs grow, Sage ACT is part of a large family of business software that can meet your current and future needs. You can find a single user version for about $100 with coupons, but there are many add-ons available that add to the price.

Made especially for the home improvement contracting and remodeling business, ImproveIt! 360 manages customers, tracks leads, records appointments, notes job quotes, and plans sales and marketing campaigns. This software even integrates with Microsoft Office applications, Microsoft Outlook, QuickBooks, Zillow and Google Maps. Priced at $65 a month per user, this software centralizes information that you'll need. It's particularly appropriate for the home improvement industry as the fields are already customized for you.

Whichever one you choose should be intuitive and easy to use. You don't need to start out with an expensive product with capabilities you are not yet ready for, so choose one that meets your current needs and offers some room to grow.

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Created 06/08/2020

Is Buying Into A Franchise A Good Way To Start Your Own Business?

If you have skills that you want to put toward building your own operation rather than someone else's, starting your own business is an intriguing idea. Once you research the idea, you realize that it is a big leap from the idea to success. Wouldn't it be great if you could capture much of the expertise you need, from legal assistance to marketing, and increase the likelihood that your new business would take off? Franchising allows you to do just that, but is this the best road for you?

How Franchising Can Give You A Head Start

A franchise works by requiring an initial investment and a monthly fee. With this, you buy into a business with an identity and with a national staff to do what you could only learn to do with experience.

Most new businesses struggle with building their brand and attracting customers in their local area. A national franchise has a name that people recognize, as well as a consistent level of quality that customers expect and rely upon. You get strict guidelines to follow, intense training, marketing help, and access to leads. It's a blueprint to capitalize on a proven, successful business model. Buying into a franchise does not guarantee you will become a millionaire, but if you are willing to work hard within the system, you can prosper.

Following A Business Model

Take the food service icon McDonalds as an example. Whether you love or hate McDonalds, you know that if you go into any store in the US, the Big Mac your order will have two all beef patties, lettuce, cheese, pickle, special sauce on a sesame seed bun. Because McDonalds has a standard way to make a Big Mac and requires that the store use approved suppliers, the quality should be the same in every location. From the day the store opens, it will attract patrons of the franchise, expecting the consistent experience they've come to know and love.  However, you risk jeopardizing your franchise contract by not following the business model. This could mean serving products below the required standards, not fully training your staff members, allowing the storefront to be unkempt or disorganized, or dismissing other key requirements of the agreement.

Is Franchising For You?

What is true of the restaurant giant holds true with most franchises, even in the home improvement arena. You have rules to follow; depending on the franchise, you might not be able to deviate on what products or services you offer. (Ever seen any hot dogs, burritos, or shrimp at a McDonalds that wasn't a test site for new products?) When faced with the choice of opening a franchise or your own operation, ask yourself the following questions:

How much money do you have to invest? Buying a franchise may initially be more expensive than starting a business of your own from scratch, but may also be more realistic as to what it costs to be successful. Many new businesses fail because they lack the funds to pay for legal services, marketing, and advertising. A franchise system helps with those aspects.

Will the franchisor's reputation help you? If you are the only outlet in your region, you might not get the benefits of name recognition and customer loyalty.

Are you willing to follow the rules to be successful? If you buy into a Roto-Rooter, Bath Fitter, B-Dry, Case Handyman Services, or UBuildIt franchise, you have to be diligent in conducting your business the way the company requires. Many franchises require that your employees wear uniforms, that you only offer certain services, and that you offer specials when the company says.

Do you have an original idea that won't fit into a franchise mode? Some franchisors allow more deviation, but they want to assure that you will not damage the brand.

There are many ways to open a business. With the right frame of mind and capital ready to invest, pursuing a franchise opportunity may be the right approach for you.

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Created 06/05/2020
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