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"How to Read Your Financial Statements," will dive into the essential skills and knowledge needed to decipher the financial report card of your business, and take a deep dive into the key metrics you need to run an efficient business, including: - Defining the concepts you need to know to perform - Reading your financial statements - How to use financial ratios - Practical tips to measuring success


Use this worksheet to get a big-picture understanding of your home service business and start planning your goals. Later, you can use it to measure your success!

Case Studies

Brandon Fentress, owner of Brandon’s Heating & Air, is no stranger to using field service management (FSM) software to run his Topeka-based business. He’s spent the last 10+ years looking for a way to show customers accurate pricing prior to starting a job.

Case Studies

If you’re a small business owner in the home service industry, it can sometimes be hard to know where you need to focus your time. You’re trying to grow the business, deal with the daily chaos of day-to-day operations, and probably still feel the pressure to serve customers yourself. But you need to step back and get a holistic understanding of your business to really unlock growth. No one knows this better than Chaz Mills, who founded Texas Pride Heating & Air in 2019. After struggling with two previous field service management (FSM) solutions despite being tech savvy, Chaz found that what he really needed was simplicity.

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Lavender AC & Heating in Mesquite, Texas has two techs, including owner David Lavender, and an install crew in the field. David’s wife Jennifer runs things in the office. With such a small team in the field, things have to go smoothly for Lavender to deliver reliable service to customers. Once Lavender reached $500,000 in revenue, things weren’t running smoothly at all. David needed to fix something fast.

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Jason Wiersma, owner of Chicago-area HVAC business Always Ready Repair, prides himself on introducing technology into the business. And since Always Ready was founded in 1935, he’d made big strides since the days of pen and paper. Jason and team knew they had outgrown their technology setup, which included a server-based customer relationship management (CRM) solution and a separate online schedule

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