• Yvonne Root

Why This Construction-Centric Accounting Blog Exists




This is the story of why, at least once a week, a new post is added to the already existing library of information contained in the blogroll of The Profit Constructors. (Hint – it is NOT primarily based on attracting new clients. Although we do offer seekers the opportunity to get in touch.)


But before getting to the why of this blog and its many posts, let’s poke around in the thought-provoking category of what subcontractors are really doing.


Construction Subcontractors Sell Stuff, Time, and Expertise

  • If you’re an electrical contractor, you sell more than wire.

  • If you’re a plumbing contractor, you sell more than pipe.

  • If you’re a painting contractor, you sell more than paint.


But if you don’t have and sell wire, pipe, or paint in your respective business, you’re in a heap of trouble, and getting the work done flies out the window.


Your clients and customers need your expertise, but expertise alone won’t cut it. You must include the basic building block of your trade.


Construction Accounting Experts Sell Structure, Time, and Expertise

If you’re a construction accounting professional, you sell more than columns of numbers.


But if the columns of numbers are left out . . . well, you get the idea.


How it is Done Around Here

The clients served by The Profit Constructors receive personalized and actionable advice concerning using those columns to their advantage. Advice that “takes into account” the realities of growing a profitable construction company and individual owners’ goals, ambitions, and intentions.


Helping clients Run With the Big Dogs isn’t simply our tagline or a whimsical affirmation that engenders a “maybe someday hope.” Instead, it is the demonstrated knowledge, expertise, and long-honed craft of aiding small to medium subcontractors in their quest for greater profits, peace of mind, and intentional growth.


Here’s the Why

Finally, we get to the topic at hand – why this construction-centric accounting blog exists.

While The Profit Constructors’ clients receive personalized attention and advice, we also send them a monthly newsletter with more generalized information and links to our most recent blog posts.


Because.


Because the blogs are written with them in mind.


And in keeping with our goal to serve construction subcontractors, be they clients or those just dropping in to see what is happening in the construction-centric accounting world, we maintain an accessible blog.


The Goal

The topics may change, but the goal remains the same: to give construction contractors information that accelerates their ability to manage their businesses well – resulting in greater profits, peace of mind, and intentional growth.


To Sum Up

What the posts on this blog contain is based on our education, experience, our clients' experiences, research into topics, and questions asked by our clients and others.


Most of the posts contained in this blog are written for a twofold purpose:

  1. Provide constructive and practical information to aid our clients in improving their business management knowledge, skills, and techniques.

  2. Let seekers and potential clients see that, just like Santa says about M&M’s, “they do exist!”


Construction Contractors look to The Profit Constructors to provide advocacy in dealing with:


  • Clients and customers

  • Employees and subcontractors

  • Vendors and service providers

  • Governmental entities


Working with The Profit Constructors gives Construction Contractors the means to organize their operations in ways that help them:


  • Remain informed

  • Avoid hassles

  • Reduce risks

  • Be future-ready


Ready for action? Or want to know more? Get in touch today to schedule a complimentary discovery call. 866-629-7735

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