It’s no secret that technology is changing the way contractors do business. With so many technology options out there, it can be overwhelming to select the tools that will have an immediate impact on your business.
From safety and accuracy to sales and communication, here are five tech tools doing big things for the industry that you can get today, to start seeing a positive impact tomorrow.
1. Safety Apps
Managing a safe worksite is one of the most important responsibilities you have, and one of the most useful tools you have to do that is right in your pocket. Safety apps can provide more information on a range of topics and help you conduct OSHA-required safety training meetings. These applications can also help you record meetings, document incidents and print reports, so you can work from anywhere at any time of the day.
Not only do drones provide real-time images of a job, they also make it possible to get an accurate visual inspection of a roof remotely. This removes the risk of injury and additional damage that could come with you or your crews climbing on roofs. Drones can also save you time and hassle by removing the need to carry heavy ladders to inspect different parts of a jobsite.
3. Infrared cameras
High-powered infrared cameras enable you to see the thermal levels of structures, so you can locate faulty or vulnerable areas that you wouldn’t otherwise be able to see, with a high degree of accuracy. Using this tool can also save you headaches and your customers money by identifying specific issues like punctures or gaps in roofs.
4. ABC Connect
Any time you can get out of the office and in front of your customers you’re going to see positive results for your business. That’s why ABC Supply created ABC Connect, an online solution that integrates ABC’s products and real-time pricing with leading business management programs. Here are some of the ways ABC Connect can save you time and money:
5. Storm-Tracking Programs
Your readiness to handle storm remediation projects that follow severe weather can significantly impact your bottom line. That’s why it’s important to use storm-tracking programs that predict, track and alert you to severe weather events with a high degree of accuracy. By getting ahead of storms, you can make sure that your business is stocked with the materials needed to assist customers with the damage that follows severe weather.
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