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Phaze Concrete Reveals Three Little-Known Ways to Fund a Construction Project

Phaze Concrete knows that funding a construction project might require clients to get creative; here are a few ideas.

CEDAR CITY, UTAH, USA, June 13, 2019 / -- Construction costs add up quick. Time and money are often interchangeable throughout this process. After all, the more time it takes a project to finish, the more money the client loses. While this is a common issue, funding is always the most important and often, the most difficult bracket in the proposal. Funding follows the project day by day, from the moment of conception, to the ribbon cutting. To add more pressure, the funding is always in flex, throughout this period. Therefore, it is sometimes difficult to budget down to the dollar, which can be problematic for clients.
Although, Phaze Concrete is an expert in the field of construction. With their level of expertise, Phaze Concrete has experience with all aspects of the process; including funding. That is why the company has decided to reveal three little-known ways to fund a construction project.


Partnerships and alliances have been a part of the business world for decades. When it comes to cutting construction project costs, it is easy to see how this could be a beneficial option. Partnering with another person, or business offers a world of opportunities. Admittedly, this arrangement will likely entail sharing the space. However, if both parties are clear on the agreement from the start, this could end up being a lucrative decision. A great partnership can be beneficial long after the project is finished.

Equipment Lease

Buying equipment outright can be expensive. Thus, if construction equipment is required for the project, leasing the equipment might be a good option. The lease, of course, is a much smaller amount of money than it would be to buy machinery outright. However, one of the major concerns with this, is to ensure that the people manning it are qualified. Construction can be dangerous. It is important to have a solid plan, if leasing equipment, to ensure that all safety precautions are being met. If the people manning the machines know what they are doing, though, this could be a unique and affordable option.

Angel Investors

Angel Investors are people (industrial entities) that are passionate about your cause. To be successful in this manner of funding, it is important to find an investor that shares your values. This option for funding is much less about the building itself, (in most cases) and more about the purpose of the building. While this is still, ultimately a loan, there is a much more personalized relationship created. This is not simply a monetary transaction it is giving the investor a vehicle to support their goals and ideals. This relationship is based on built trust and understanding. Therefore, it is important for people considering this option to keep that in mind before signing on the dotted line.
To close, Phaze Concrete will always do their part to help inform the public about their industry. While funding is never a fun issue to discuss, it is always better to have options. Thus, Phaze Concrete hopes that these little-known ways to fund a construction project will help ease the burden.

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