The design and sales processes are the key to a well-performing kitchen and bath business. Your margins might start out at the point of sale being ok, but did those mistakes and miscommunications bleed your commissions or your company profitability dry?
There are key elements you need to have with every sale of product that can make sure you are communicating with your customer, protecting your ideas, and protecting your profitability. This might only take an additional 20 minutes per project, but it can virtually eliminate major jobsite errors or door style and color errors with a project. No special programs needed – Just 2020 and Adobe and you can create the best sign-offs for clients that will explain and protect you and your client. If you are not doing this now, it will change how you sell and order cabinetry and eliminate nearly all the mistakes that make the biggest hits on your margins.
Listen to the podcast to learn how these best practices will save you money!
Certified Kitchen Designer & Host of Around the House with Eric G
Eric G is a Certified Kitchen Designer (CKD) through the National Kitchen and Bath Association and has been active in Kitchen and Bath design throughout the northwest since 1993, with over a thousand kitchens designed and completed. As the Northwest’s Home Improvement Expert, he has been featured on HGTV and the USA Network when living in the Puget Sound area. Eric Hosts the “MORE DIY” Segment each week on KPTV’s #1 Rated “MORE good day Oregon” morning show. That segment is used Nationally in Meredith Corp’s “MORE” local lifestyle shows.
Each Saturday from Noon to 2:00, on FM News 101 KXL and on the Radio Northwest Network, he helps listeners throughout the Northwest tackle their home improvement goals by offering advice on maintenance, repair, and designing for remodeling or renovation of their home. With Eric’s vast knowledge of the construction field he can get any listener headed in the right direction. Tune in to Around the house where we make that DIY Project fun!
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