The Section 179 Deduction and what it means for your Sheet Metal Business

Many are familiar with the Section 179 tax deduction, and the benefits that it allows businesses. Here are some quick facts about the deduction, which could be very useful to you when considering new machinery additions to your shop: ...

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Raising Cash For An HVAC Start-Up Is A Capital Idea – Or Is It?

Trained and certified, with useful on-the-job experience, you’ve decided to take the plunge and start your own HVAC contractor shop. Already you know the type of business you’d like to build, and have been checking out the pluses and...

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Shifting Business Focus from Residential to Commercial HVAC

Growing your business is an instinctive desire but, as we know, the perils can often outweigh the opportunities. “Risks abound at every turn,” notes business lawyer and author Andrew J. Sherman in The Complete Guide to Running and Growing...

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3 Must-Ask Questions for Purchasing Refurbished Machinery

When sheet metal fabricators need equipment to get the job done, they can be hard-pressed to find equipment on short notice – which means there may not be budget resources available to make a new purchase. The alternative, then,...

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Don’t Accept Machine Mistreatment

Heading home from work tends to be a rewarding experience for me; I just tune my radio, take a quick trip down the highway, and wind down from my day. One commute in particular has been sticking with me,...

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