IE3 The Week of December 6: Here’s What Happened


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Go Bananas! Each new year brings the opportunity for a fresh start. So, Steve Coscia of Coscia Communications has a few tips that will help every service professional kick 2016 off to a great start! Read it.

Lower the cost. There is no denying that the cost of customers leads can be out of control. But what if it didn’t have to be? Contractor Dave Miller explains how he has lowered the cost of leads in his company and why you should give it a try. Read it.

Avoid penalties. For the first time in over 25 years, OSHA will be raising its penalties for infractions. ACCA’s Hilary Atkins has the details on what contractors need to know about these increases. Read it.

Keeping it safe. Everyone wants to work in a safe environment. What it that could mean cost savings for your company, too? Federated Insurance shares how having a drug & alcohol-free workplace can help keep your insurance premiums down. Read it.

You have to understand. We all know that home performance services create more comfortable homes, but if not done properly they can cause other issues. That is why Don Prather is explaining why CAZ depressurization is so important. Read it.


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