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
NARI Chairman Robi Kirsic helps businesses find their way through the global pandemic
Texting homeowners is an invaluable tool when used correctly. Here are tips for doing it right.
It's time to reinvent your business. Here's how.
Home improvement veteran Brian Gottlieb shares advice on shoring up your business's finances and explains why remodeling is essential in these times
A company e-newsletter can go a lot deeper than clickbait and business news
Treating reviews like a referral center with clear goals will help grow your business
A few small changes in the way you communicate can make a big difference
A great example for executing a great idea
You probably get work from past customers and referrals without really trying. Imagine what might happen if you leaned into it.
The market is strong, yet many remodelers are hurting. Here’s why.
And 5 tips for embracing it in your own remodeling business
How to give remodeling clients what they need, instead of what they want
There are little touches that can create opportunity for many remodelers
Every client’s experience with a newly renovated space asks a question about how well reality measures up to imagination
In 2007, DreamMaker Ogden won Franchise of the Year for their concerted effort to help veterans and seniors with special needs remodel their kitchens and baths. Nate Coombs (middle) was in a sales role at the time, where he worked under his father and learned firsthand how a tanking economy can disrupt the remodeling industry.
Four DreamMaker remodelers share what they learned from surviving the recession
We’ve achieved a tipping point around the adoption of these products
Use these tips to get maximum value from your project management system
Start tracking the metric your business can’t live without in 2019 and beyond
When most people call, it’s to talk with a person. Why, then, do automated phone menus offer every option under the sun except that one?