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.
Say "hello" to the first non-human drywaller
Three SEO professionals weigh in on the impact of voice search on home improvement, remodeling, and the internet
From left to right: Top Row: Todd Jackson, Doug Lueck, John Keenan, Leslie Molloy, Rick Matus, Bill Millholland (2017 winner), Beth Yuen (2017), Tanya Donahue (2017); Bottom row: Chris Lavoie (2017 winner), Vince Nardo, Melissa Kennedy, Mark Fies (2017), Mina Fies, Rich Oris, Cindy Cipriani, Joseph Robbins, Mark Richardson
Ten industry pros you should be taking notes from
Winemakers wait years for their creations to mature. Remodelers get more immediate feedback—every new project is like pulling the cork on a new vintage.
Experts from the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University project remodeling spending to slow down but ultimately stay strong
How one kitchen designer approached moving her renowned business to achieve success
Digital communication options are boundless. Here’s how to use them while keeping a human touch.
A system of tracks holds large panels off the sheathing, creating a rainscreen while also providing flashing at joints and a finished edge treatment
Milwaukee Tool grows its manufacturing footprint yet again
A written daily log of the who, what, and when of job progress is a good business-survival tool. Audio recordings are even better ... when they’re legal.
Video is becoming a must-have part of your marketing plan, and this is intended to help you use it better
One nationally renowned remodeling company doesn’t pay commissions to its sales team. Here’s why that works so well.
How one home improvement company used old windows and sense of community to become a world record holder
How to write job postings for a remodeling company that will attract the right candidates
Foil blocks heat transfer best if it stays clean, is adjacent to an airspace, and the delta is large enough.
A woodworker finds out using a homemade test apparatus and peanut butter bait