You bet they are. In fact, you can borrow to pay in time to get the discount and still come out ahead.
You probably get work from past customers and referrals without really trying. Imagine what might happen if you leaned into it.
Some remodelers are having a good year, but there are storm clouds on the horizon
Why taking a second look at your insurance audit is worth the effort
Growth in volume measures growth in transactions, but no one goes into business just to maximize transactions
Many remodelers underbid their projects. Here’s how to remedy that.
To price a painting by the square foot reduces an act of imagination and skill to paint-by-numbers. Take-it-or-leave-it pricing does the same for remodeling.
Florida Home Improvement Associates chooses Texas remodeler Statewide Remodeling to start its national expansion
And 5 tips for embracing it in your own remodeling business
And two other interesting remodeling facts from HomeAdvisor’s latest report
Unit pricing is an invaluable tool for fast, accurate estimating. But counting units is not the same as estimating. Make sure your estimator knows the difference.
The contract of the future could be a blockchain-verified digital document with embedded, executable code
How becoming transparent has freed our company and increased close rates
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
Should you cash a final check marked “paid in full” if you dispute the amount that’s owed?
If your estimates are accurate, but you’re still losing money, it could be a miscalculated markup. Here’s how to correct your mistake.
Taking on the wrong remodeling job can hurt your profits and company morale. But how do you know when a project isn’t a good fit?
You’re ready to sell part of your remodeling business, and an employee is interested in buying. But where do you start?