Building Your Tuckpointing Business: Conversion Rate Optimization Strategies
When you think of a tuckpointer, what do you see? A tall man in overalls with a hammer and chisel in hand? It is possible that this is the idea that comes to mind when someone mentions tuckpointing. For many years, it has been a dying trade due to new brick technology and cheaper labor overseas. However, as time changes so does the need for trades like tuckpointing. Nowadays there are plenty of people who want to learn how to make a business out of tucking brick because they have seen first-hand how much money can be made off one job!
It’s no secret that we all love our homes – right from the beginning of construction, we fall in love with the idea of a safe home. However, when it comes to our homes and how long they are going to last for us before needing repairs – there is no guarantee! No matter what exterior you have on your house- brick or vinyl siding- if water has seeped into the wall behind where that trim meets at an angle, then this area will need tuckpointing saint louis.
Some common signs of bad tuckpointing: Cracked mortar joints
Cracks in blocks (especially horizontal cracks)
Unlevel bricks/bricks scaling outwards from the wall
Uneven bricks along herringbone patterns due to settling over time
When I first started my journey to become the next tuckpointer extraordinaire, I was told by many of my mentors that the key is to find a niche. Mine? An eco-friendly company who specializes in repairing brickwork and exterior walls with an environmentally friendly mortar that has been used for years
If you’re looking for advice on how to start your own business or even just want help fixing up your home – don’t hesitate to reach out! My phone number will be at the end of every blog post so make sure you take note :)
It’s time we all do our part in protecting these homes from water damage, which can lead to mold infestations, rot, pest issues and other costly repairs over time!