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Get the security of working capital when you need to weather gaps in cash flow.
Growing your business: the most important building you do.
With a recent increase in new housing and renovations, construction and contracting businesses are on the rise. However, demand can be very seasonal, so you may experience significant dips in working capital. Even during busy seasons, you may incur expenses on supplies and labor for a job before you are paid in full.
How can I get funding for my construction company?
You want to be able to take on more work, but that can require working capital up front. Banks typically require extensive credit and financial documentation, and their approval processes are lengthy. Even if you are approved, it can take days to get the small business loan you need – and your opportunity could be gone by then.
At Kabbage Funding, we want to help you cut through the red tape to get the construction loan you need. Kabbage Funding's loans for construction companies are available through a fast, simple application that's fully automated. Provide basic data, and we'll review your business performance to give you the funding you need – up to $250,000.
How can I use a loan for construction companies?
Loans for construction companies can help business owners take advantage of new opportunities and cover day-to-day expenses, like:
- Training new employees
- Replacing damaged supplies
- Creating new marketing materials
What are the benefits of getting a loan for construction companies?
When construction companies have access to the small business funding they need, it helps small business owners afford to be prepared to face the ups and downs of business. This type of small business loan can also provide the peace of mind that comes with knowing you have ongoing access to the funds you need.
Meet Tony M., Kabbage customer and Coastal Concrete Construction owner.
"Kabbage Funding gave me the working capital I needed to get my contracting business through the slower winter months."