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Testimonial for a General Contractor in Sacramento, Ca

I recently had the previldge of attending a Vendor Trade Show here in Sacramento, Ca. The event was the 17th Annual FPI Management’s Managers Meeting and Vendor Trade Show located at The Hyatt in Sacramento, Ca. Included in the show were contractors, General Contractors, service companies, apartment rental publications, and others companies that provide services to the apartment rental community. Tromler Construction was fortunate to have a video camera at the show and did some recording that day.

The video of the show that we produced can be found on YouTube if you would like to see the Western Theme.

Having done work for many of the property managers at the show, we were lucky to get some great testimonials right there at the show. These mangers did not know they were going to be asked about Tromler Construction, what they said must have been how they truely feel about us. Lori Spaulding from Cameron Oaks Apartments in Cameron Park, Ca was one of those brave manager’s willing to go in front of the video camera. Check out what she had to say!

Speaking of Cameron Park, Ca…

We have also recorded some videos of two apartment communities in Cameron Park. The videos allow the viewer to see the apartment community before spending time driving around town. If you have an interest in moving to Cameron Park, or know someone who is interested, check these videos out.

Cameron Oaks Apartments and Cameron Ridge Apartments

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Construction Projects Are Still Available

Building permits have been very limited in the Sacramento, El Dorado, and Placer Counties the last few years. Seems like the economy has gotten a hold of a lot of the local contractors. Judging by the shoppers in Home Depot, the plumbing supply house, and lumber yards; there hasn’t been a lot of activity. So I asked myself a simple question. What are the people, who are buying supplies, doing to get jobs that others aren’t doing?

I see general contractors, specialty trades contractors, handymen, maintenance workers and, of course, homeowners. These people are working. There phone rang with someone wanting them to perform services for money. Why did they get called and not the next guy? I have a couple of ideas.

Marketing is key!

If people do not know that you provide a service, they will not call. Sounds simple enough, so market your business! There are numberous local services search engines (most are free), find out some simple forms and start using them to get your services noticed. And that’s just the tip of the iceburg.

How about writing about your trade or expertise? Anyone can create a blog, write something about what you do and post it. Two of the larger free blog formats can be found at www.blogger.com and www.wordpress.com . It’s a great place to get started. Don’t like to write? How about video? Give it a try and see what happens. Video editing takes a little while to learn, but it gets easier all the time. You never know what will become of it. People call me from sources that I would have never guessed.

This useless 12 second video has been viewed over 700 times.

Marketing your business is very important, in good times and bad. Those that work at getting the results that they would like, have a much greater chance of producing the results. The important thing is to get started. Nothing happens by itself. Take a chance at doing something new.

Good luck in all your marketing.