Black Belt Contracting

America’s Newest and Best Social Networking Site for Contractors

The people at Aptora have created a business social networking website just for service companies and contractors – This website is where social networking meets crowd sourced flat rate pricing.

Contracting businesses can create business accounts, invite their employees, and setup permissions that control their access. You can use the site to communicate with your employees, send notices, attach policy manuals, and more. You can create a network of business professionals and colleagues around the world.

Our goal is to help you build your contracting and service business – to make you a black belt contractor. As you use the website, you will earn activity points which move you from white belt status all the way up to black belt.

Crowd Sourced Flat Rate Pricing

As we mentioned above, Black Belt Contracting is great website to build your own flat rate pricing books for HVAC, plumbing, and electrical service and installation work. In fact, any industry can sign up and take advantage of our easy to use online flat rate pricing book builder. You can be confident that our online flat rate pricing system is excellent because it was built by the same people that created Flat Rate Plus® – one of the most popular flat rate software programs ever produced for the HVAC, plumbing, and electrical industry.

Your flat rate books can be accessed from any online device. Our unique “Presentation Mode” allows users to log into a customer friendly section that removes all the distractions that are not completely related to the flat rate presentation.

Our online flat rate pricing system is 100% free for contractors to use. We also offer readymade flat rate pricing books for service and repair for a nominal fee. Once you purchase our flat rate book, you can modify it and maintain it yourself.

Want to know more about flat rate pricing? Read our article “Common Flat Rate Pricing Mistakes”. We will help you avoid the most common flat rate pricing implementation mistakes that we have encountered in our consulting practice.