January 10th, 2023

Hidden Costs Construction Permit

Construction projects are always exciting, but they can quickly turn into financial liability if you’re not careful. One of the biggest potential expenses during construction is getting your permits. Permitting is the process of obtaining approval from the city or county in order to begin construction on a project. And it is not possible to begin construction without the proper permits unless you’re building in deep rural areas. However, the process of getting a permit can be long and…


December 27th, 2022

Safety Training Contractors

Construction sites are responsible for thousands of workplace injuries, illnesses, and deaths every year in the United States alone, making them dangerous places to be. Even workers who aren’t on the site can still be at risk, as hazardous materials or equipment can easily spill out of the building and onto passersby, putting their lives in danger as well. As building permit service providers, we know the dangers of construction sites, have made sure team members are OSHA 30 trained; and…


December 23rd, 2022

Safety Plans in Construction

Safety should always be at the forefront of your mind when working on the job site. Whether you are an experienced contractor or just starting out, one accident can cost you thousands. This means that having a safe work plan and following it rigorously should be number one on your list of priorities, especially since most injuries occur due to human error, not construction mistakes or hazardous materials (although those are important to be aware of as well). Here’s what you need to know…


December 20th, 2022

Construction Safety

We have been in the construction industry and managing building permits for many years. And what we know for sure is there is no doubt that building codes exist to protect everyone from being injured or killed on the job site, and when they are followed, construction accidents are generally few and far between. In this article, we will look at some of the ways good communication about compliance with building codes can prevent accidents and help build the safest possible job sites you can…


December 14th, 2022

Disaster Preparedness

At this writing, tornados are ripping through Texas and a major snowstorm is pounding the Northeast U.S. What we do know is that disasters can strike at any time making disaster preparedness essential. Disaster preparedness is something that all building contractors should address since so many aspects of your job are subject to unforeseen weather changes and other disasters. While it is impossible to predict everything that can go wrong, you can do a lot to ensure your business’s…