Whether you have a Cathode Ray Tube television at your home, an LCD tv or a plasma flat screen, one thing is for sure; televisions are here to stay. Ever since televisions have come into being, they have been the most famous means of entertainment and we don’t see anything taking their place anytime soon. And this makes for some great money making opportunities in the TV repair business. Alright, TV repair might be as brimming with opportunities as it was before, but it does not mean the TV repair business is dead, it still has enough to let you make some extra cash. Because, with the recession looming gloomily over everyone, who would prefer to buy a new television set instead of getting it repaired? So, you think you can make it? Here are some tips to help you start your TV repair businessâ¦
First off, you should know that the TV repair business is not for those who do not have TV repairing skills. You cannot start a TV repair business unless you have some electronic repair skills. Therefore, you should equip yourself with the skills first. A TV repair apprenticeship can come in handy or you could join a vocational school program before you open for business. There are also some online and at-home correspondence courses for TV and electronics repair, but hands-on experience is the best way to get it. Once you have the skills, you can and should start your TV repair business. So, what will you need to start and run a TV repair business? Of course, a space in which to run your business is the first thing that comes to mind but if you have a spare room in your house, that will do just fine. Just make sure the room is big enough to keep TVs undergoing repair. And sometimes, the televisions can be repaired for minor problems right at your clientsâ homes. You are also going to need a reliable, sizeable vehicle to transport the televisions in. Others things you are going to need are tools for doing the repairing. And don’t forget to add marketing materials to the list. Getting licenses and permits for your business is also essential. And remember, you should also be prepared to learn, and constantly at that because televisions are rapidly evolving and unless you stay in tune, you are going to be left behind.
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