Financials

Remodelers are letting tens of thousands of dollars pass them by 

remodeler puts on ktichen addition

Room remodels (such as kitchens) will remain popular, while larger additions will continue to decline, so adjust accordingly.

Understanding these changes in the market will help you position your business

Many remodelers use outdated and ineffective methods of forecasting business. Knowing which numbers to track is a crucial part of managing your company.

Remodeling business owners reveal how they keep their production teams from being poached by other companies

"The customization aspect is actually my favorite part of the app."

preventing lost profits in remodeling

Use these tips to increase margins in 2019 

managing cash flow

Seasonality, cycle time, weather, and other variables make cash flow management a challenge for home improvement contractors

800,000 homeowners have a new incentive to spend on home improvement 

Even in cases where a product has been around, the marketing has changed.

remodelers working when they're working and resting when they're off

Allowing employees to be 100% "off" when they're not at work helps ensure that they're bringing full effort to their jobs.

How to implement a process for productive work hours and quality time off

Use these tips to increase margins in 2019 

In an increasingly digital society, many contractors still require cash or check from their customers. But is that the best practice for your business?

Experts from the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University project remodeling spending to slow down but ultimately stay strong 

We surveyed hundreds of design-build firms across nine of the country's most active remodeling markets, to finally answer the question: what is competitive pay? In Washington D.C., average pay for a carpenter is 12% too low to keep pace with cost of living.

We surveyed hundreds of design-build firms across nine of the country's most active remodeling markets, to finally answer the question: what is competitive pay? Remodelers in San Francisco are expecting to increase pay for field staff by approximately 4.5% over the next 12 months.

We surveyed hundreds of design-build firms across nine of the country's most active remodeling markets, to finally answer the question: what is competitive pay? In Philadelphia, education didn’t translate into higher wages.

We surveyed hundreds of design-build firms across nine of the country's most active remodeling markets, to finally answer the question: what is competitive pay? Production managers in New York represent the only title across all nine markets where every respondent had job-related education.

We surveyed hundreds of design-build firms across nine of the country's most active remodeling markets, to finally answer the question: what is competitive pay? Credentialed carpenters in Minneapolis earn a whopping 40.2% more than their counterparts.

We surveyed hundreds of design-build firms across nine of the country's most active remodeling markets, to finally answer the question: what is competitive pay? Salaries follow the career ladder in Dallas, although carpenters are paid about the same regardless of their experience.

We surveyed hundreds of design-build firms across nine of the country's most active remodeling markets, to finally answer the question: what is competitive pay? Chicago features some of the largest pay differences between employees with specialized job education and those without.

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