Construction Customer Lead Calling Form

Lead Calling Form
Calling the Customer for Finding Construction Work

Date:

Appointment Date and Time:

Customer Name(s):

Customer's Address:
Include:
City:
State:
Zip:

Property Address:
(If Construction Address is Different than the Home Address)
City:
State:
Zip:

Directions to Construction Site:
Directions to Customer Home:

O.K. to Call other number? Yes or No
If Yes a certain time work best to call?

Customers Home Phone:
Customers Work Phone:
Customers Cell Phone:

Customer Lead Source:

Does the Customer Own the Home or property needing construction?

What Construction does the Customer Need? What details are needed for the work are they desiring?

When would they like the construction work done?

What is the Budget for the Project?

How is the Construction Project Financed?

What is the date when they will decide on a Contractor?

Construction Bid outcome? Date accepted or rejected?

Your Bid Price:
Competitor Contractor Total Construction Bid Price:
If construction has breakdowns - List Separately.

If Bid was Rejected - Awarded To What Company?

Starting Construction Date:

Lead Calling Form
Calling the Customer for Finding Construction Work

Secrets to Hammering

Secrets to Hammering

Hammer Sizes

Hammer Selection and Sizing

The Keys to Choosing the Right Hammer

What Size Hammer Should We Swing?

Have the answers for the carpenters on your job-site!

Claw Hammers
Claw hammers are used for what tasks? In short
- Claw hammers are used to drive nails and strike a nail set.

Ball-Peen Hammers
A Ball-Peen hammer is not commonly used by remodeling contractors - Ball peen hammers are used for driving hardened nails and striking a center punch or a a cold chisel.

What Size Hammer Should You Use?
16 Ounce hammers are used for most remodeling purposes.
12 Ounce hammer is used for small nails in fine woodworking.
20 Ounce hammer is used for driving nails in sheathing and framing.
28 Ounce hammer is used for spikes and nails 4" or longer.

Hammer Inspection
Inspecting a hammer before use is very important! If you are not experienced in the home building or remodeling industry and do not understand why go to OHSA's website and read a few of the hammer head striking horror stories.

If the hammer has a loose head or the hammer is cracked, chipped badly, or damaged replace it. Too many remodeling carpenters have been severely injured because of simple misunderstandings of the Danger involved with using a broken hammer when remodeling or building a home.

Hammer Cleaning
Cleaning your hammer properly is also equally important.

Grease Removal
A soft cloth with mild household detergent will remove greasy material. Be sure to dry the hammer completely.

Gum, Glue and Tar Removal
Wear Rubber Gloves. Use a soft cloth with mineral spirits or W.D. 40 and a small scraper inside of the cloth to remove the tar and grit that is sure to accumulate on your hammer when remodeling.

Rust Removal
Keeping Rust off a hammer by using a fine steel wool pad wearing work gloves to prevent hand injury and slivers.

This part you can skim read... or read while practicing with a hammer.


Hammer Swinging Success For Remodeling and Building Contractors

Your Key to Hammering success is FOCUS.
Keep your eye focusing on the nails head.

Such a simple tip - a remodeling and home building carpenter told me one day after 4 years of swinging a hammer and missing the nail often and the focus part - works! For me anyway - You are still Reading! Awesome! Makes my hard work of creating these articles in my spare time all worth while! You are making my day!

Starting a Nail
Starting a Nail works best with a half swing. Place the hammer's face directly onto the nails head, then pull the hammer back to a point in front of you bending your arm at the elbow. Then Swing smoothly in an arched motion until the nail is started. In tight quarters you will gain more control over your hammer placing your thumb onto the back of the hammer when hammering.

Hammering Full Swings
After the nail is started you move on to hammering full swings.

Grip the hammer firmly near the base. Step back slightly and place the hammers face on the nails head. Pull the hammer straight back behind your ear, rolling your shoulder and bending your arm at the elbow. (Mistake is cocking your wrist)
Swing smoothly striking the nail sharply onto the face. Repeat until the nail is driven, increasing your momentum and the striking force applied.


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Hammer Video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFKPylk2gQo



Hammer Safety


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hammer


http://www.hammersource.com/


http://www.ehow.com/how_12133_hammer-safely.html


http://www.expertvillage.com/video/19733_tools-hammer.htm

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