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John Meier, Owner
Bob’s Home Heating & Cooling
It was time for "Bob" to retire, which meant opportunity for John. As he looked to buy the business, he needed to make sure capital was in place to support the extremely seasonal Minnesota-based business. With a hands-on, consultative approach to small business loans, National Funding helped secure the right amount of funding and made the process "painless."
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With a friendly, custom-tailored approach for your unique business,
we deliver the funding solutions to solve them.
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Construction Business Resources
Funding a construction business has a lot of moving parts. Literally.
So whether you’re looking to learn more about the mechanics of construction business loans
or how to get the most out of them, you can dig deeper with these blog articles.
With the industry moving so swiftly, and technology advancing at an even faster pace, construction business owners have to keep up if they want to have a shot at getting ahead. This isn’t easy news for these owners to digest, with some of them doing things ‘the old way’ for years (or generations) now. [We] understand it’s expensive to make these choices, but here’s why it’s worth it.
As a construction business owner, you’re probably all too familiar with the challenges facing the construction industry —like finding work for your business year-round or keeping skilled laborers on the payroll. Practicing efficient cost control, however, is a core aspect of running a successful construction business. It can help ensure you have the resources you need when and where you need them and can help you increase profits.
Maybe you feel overwhelmed by the difficulty in keeping a steady supply of skilled laborers available. So what’s the solution here? There are many ways construction businesses can work to overcome the current construction labor shortage. There is a series of small, incremental solutions that you can put to work, along with financial investments you can make to define an action plan for moving forward.