Rob King, director of marketing for NARI, shares how he approaches data-driven marketing in the digital age.
With intentional leadership, home improvement companies can create stronger, more effective leadership teams that are ready to tackle challenges and crush goals.
Chad Hatfield and James Hammel of Alair Homes joined The Weekly to explain why they never use allowances on a project.
A 70% increase to softwood lumber products prices in single-family homes is landing first on contractors and then on to homeowners
Grow leads by showcasing your company online. Here’s how to do it right.
Eight industry and subject-matter experts, including moderator Mark Richardson, talk how the remodeling and home improvement industries are fairing in our curent environment, and what the future may hold as we move forward
Final thoughts on TFG and HIRI's weekly COVID-19 tracker and the reopening of the economy from three industry and economic experts
An investigation from the New York Attorney General revealed Trade Off Construction Services had not only ignored severe complaints of sexual harassment but retaliated against them for it
2021 TNAR remodeler Rob Smith, owner of E2 Homes explains the danger of improper roof flashing
Categories include Remodeler of the Year, Home for Life Awards
Houzz's 2020 renovation survey is out and the data tells quite a few stories
The latest report from SEIA illustrates how COVID-19 has slowed solar sales and installations. However, one company has turned it to its advantage.
Two industry shows make big changes
In the first step of Lowe’s $25 million commitment to support small businesses, the company is launching a free, augmented video chat service to help Pros manage jobs, without being on the job
Meet the Executive Committee of NARI's Board of Directors for the 2020 – 2021 service year
Mark Richardson shares insights into five false positives remodelers should have on the radar, and discusses the impact COVID-19 is having on the remodeling industry with Harvard's Kermit Baker
Remodelers are looking at their processes rather than relying on a quick fix