Business — Home Improvement
See the confidence levels remodelers have in the industry from NAHB's latest index.
Texting remains the most popular way to communicate. How can larger companies do it effectively through platforms?
We must, as an industry, recognize that it costs us nothing to alter our words
Richardson walks business owners through different areas to reveal necessary insights.
Metaphors are not only thought provoking, they can help us understand our environment
The acquisition creates "tremendous opportunity" for Tundraland and makes Leaf Home "the acquirer of choice."
Is your market one of them?
Industry expert Mark Richardson outlines a list for business owners to use in order to check in with themselves
NAHB’s new chairman outlines challenges and advocacy efforts for the year.
Remodelers share coping strategies for the ongoing supply chain problems
Understanding how and why homeowners make decisions can help you achieve your business goals. Here's how.
MaxHome has been acquired by private equity firm Titan Holding, marking the latest move in Titan's plan for "aggressive expansion" into the home improvement market.
If Lowe’s sales are any indicator of home improvement’s future, the DIY renovation boom that took over headlines the past two years may be headed for a cooldown.
How a local cabinet refacing business became a cutting-edge $100 million enterprise
Home improvement juggernaut West Shore Home's new company-wide base wage doubles the legal minimum in nearly every state it operates
Experts explain details of the second draw for the Paycheck Protection Program and answer lingering questions about taxability
Being a good coach requires empathy, deep understanding of team members
These fine white filaments are mycelium—basically mushroom roots. It is the means by which fungus stays connected and nuorished, but researchers have also discovered it may be a means to disrupt the building materials market. Insulation, door cores, flooring, cladding, light fixtures, furniture—mycelium is a cheap, durable, and easy to manufacture alternative to all and more.
With price spikes and shortages of traditional building materials, it may be time to start considering non-traditional ones
Three important takeaways from HomeAdvisor's 2020 State of Home Spending report