5 Ways to Get More Commercial Construction Leads

Subcontractors
April 1, 2020

As a subcontractor, you’re most likely looking to grow your business and make more money. Gaining commercial construction leads is one of the best ways to accomplish this. While there isn’t a trick to getting more leads, here are a few tried and true methods to helping you line up commercial projects.

1. Reviews and Referrals

The best place to find a new commercial lead is among your current customers. It’s a good idea to always ask your clients to provide you with a review and whether or not they know someone else who might need your services. Word of mouth is one of the best ways to find new clients.

2. Take Advantage of Social Media

Social media provides a unique medium for you to reach out to your customer base. Create accounts on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn to interact with possible clients and show them what types of jobs your company is capable of completing.

3. Start a Newsletter

Reach out to your customer base once a month with a newsletter. You can provide them with valuable information about what you do and the services you offer without seeming too pushy. This is also a great opportunity to highlight employees and show off photos of completed jobs.

4. Networking

Attend an event at the local Chamber of Commerce, at the Better Business Bureau, or other organizations within your community to meet other business owners and potential clients who may need your service or who know someone who could become a client. It’s a good idea to always carry your business card with you and make sure that you mention your company to everyone you meet. You never know where you may run into a potential lead.

5. PlanHub

Another excellent way to receive more leads is through the use of PlanHub. PlanHub is a cloud-based construction bidding software and plan room that allows subcontractors to bid on multiple construction projects and connect with general contractors. PlanHub is a leader in providing access to commercial construction projects.

Once selected to work on a project, PlanHub is there to help with the overall planning and collaboration. To learn more about PlanHub, its features and benefits, and how it can help you gain more construction leads, contact us today!

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