How to Make More Money in the Construction Industry
The key to strong cost control in construction is simply running a better business that is more efficient, leaving you with more money in your pocket at the end of the day. So, ask yourself, exactly how much money are you as a general contractor making these days?
ARE TRADE EXPOS STILL NECESSARY?
We all know why business travel has been cut back the last two years. We get it. But now we must ask ourselves, "Are we getting all we need by video-conferencing from a temporary home office?"
We wanted to share with you the why and how behind the innovation here at iQ Power Tools. We did a video around our warehouse to demonstrate all the behind the scenes work that happens before a tool is launched. Check out the video above, or read the transcript below.
Where Does The Dust Go?
Today are talking about dust, our favorite topic. And we are here to talk about how does iQ Power Tools collect that dust?
Safety and Efficiency
We’re all looking to be more efficient in our daily tasks, but safety is just as paramount. Every business owner wants their company to run efficiently to maximize profits, while every employee wants to work in a safe environment to ensure their wellbeing. Too often, the safety aspect becomes compromised when there is a push for more efficiency. Consequently, operations often blame safety for slowing down production. The push and pull between safety and efficiency is something that many business owners deal with daily.
“We Sold All Our Wet Saws”
Crews finish their work in 2/3 of the time using the iQ360® Dust Control Table Saw, according to owner Steve Martz (estimated), while improving the finish quality of their work.
SUCCESS AT COVERINGS 17!
Thank you for visiting iQ Power Tools’ booth at Coverings ’17! The fact that you took the time and spent money to attend such a relevant tradeshow demonstrates that you are a professional and committed to continuing your education in the tile industry.
Silica Part IV: Time
In part I of this series on silica dust and the OSHA PEL, we described what a permissible exposure limit (PEL) is and the three factors that make up the OSHA PEL: air, dust and time. We also learned that exposure is calculated in terms of micrograms per cubic meter (μg/m3), and we interpreted the current OSHA PEL as 50μg/m3.
Mitigate Winter Problems With iQ Power Tools
For most people with indoor jobs, winter is merely an inconvenience on the drive to work and back, but in the construction industry, winter is a major factor in running your business. It must be factored into project timelines, materials, operations, personnel efficiency and more, and if things go really bad winter can completely derail your operation.
Milwaukee Mason Wins “War on Dust” Sweepstakes
Matt Filter is the excited owner of a brand new iQ360® dust control masonry saw. The lucky Milwaukee, WS mason was selected as the winner of the “iQ360® War on Dust Sweepstakes,” earning him the grand prize valued at $1950.
How Many Pairs of Shoes Can You Buy Yourself By Using iQ Power Tools?
Dust costs your business time and money. iQ Power Tools builds concrete and masonry tools with integrated dust collection, which will save you time and money. You can use the money you save however you want, but if you’re smart, here’s how many pairs of shoes you could buy your wife by switching to iQ Power Tools.
Leadership Transitions Both Domestically & Abroad
iQ Power Tools, manufacturer of premium power tools with integrated dust collection technology, has announced major promotions within top company management.
iQPC912™ Most Innovative Product at World of Concrete
The iQ Power Tools iQPC912™ was selected as a World of Concrete Most Innovative Product (MIP) award winner. Chosen as editor’s choice in the masonry materials and equipment category, the iQ Dust Control Power Cutter was recognized for its integrated vacuum system, filter system and dust containment.
iQ Power Tools Increase Productivity at Angelus Block
Angelus Block has increased their productivity by 20%-25% by switching to iQ Power Tools. And there’s no more slurry.