Every business owner wants to maximize profits and minimum stress, but when you’re a small company, or a one-man operation, the responsibility for finding new customers — and for getting the work done — falls right on your own shoulders. This can be especially true for contractors and hangmen, who provide a service that’s often very personal in scope.

“From retirees to young people in their first apartment, homeowners and renters alike have their own ideas about decor vs. functionality and what it takes to make a house a home,” said Joseph Ferriolo, Director of Wise Business Plans. “While this can mean increased employment opportunities for contractors, remodelers and handymen, it also means juggling the need to find clients with getting everything done to standard while still operating in an efficient way.”

Wise has years of experience in creating professionally written contractor business plans for handyman business owners and general contractors, each custom written by accomplished MBA writers, researchers, and financial modelers, and designed by experts. Wise can also help small business owners looking to find home improvement or general contracting clients by providing a stand-alone marketing strategy, or make hiring easier with a general contractor hiring plan.

“The remodeling business is fast-paced, with owners and entrepreneurs often having to orchestrate several different jobs at the same time. By professionally handling the business planning concerns for specialty kitchen and bathroom remodeling companies, Wise Business Plans can take part of the stress out of running a busy company,” said Ferriolo.

“Our homes and businesses are more than an investment,” said Joseph Ferriolo, Director of Wise Business Plans. “They become a part of who we are, and the people we choose to trust with updating them matter. Just as your clients can trust you to provide quality home improvements, you can trust Wise to create a contractor business plan — or a handyman business plan — in a way that puts your business’s needs and goals first.”