Arbitration may historically be the favorite method of construction pros, but it comes with some troubling issues
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?
How remodelers can better protect themselves against cyber threats
You’re ready to sell part of your remodeling business, and an employee is interested in buying. But where do you start?
10 indicators that show remodelers current and future market conditions
Remodeling business owners reveal how they keep their production teams from being poached by other companies
How one kitchen designer approached moving her renowned business to achieve success
Know the rules that govern whether or not, and how, you can monitor the activities of those who work for you
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.
Are you tempted to reveal your costs to homeowners? Think again.
As more employers make use of noncompetes, courts find that these restrictive agreements are going beyond the bounds of original intent
It's going to affect a lot of your materials
If you have an addition coming up and you're in Houston, take note
A program designed to streamline workflows for businesses big and small
If your backlog is bumping up against a labor shortage, converting subcontractors to payroll employees might make sense. Here’s what that process entails.
The IRS has confirmed it: interest on home equity lines of credit is tax deductible, kind of.
A bill moving through NYC's City Council aims to counterbalance controversial construction safety training legislation passed in 2017
One way to combat the labor shortage is by using methods—such as modular construction—that require fewer workers and less time. Modular builds have picked up steam in the commercial market and many are predicting a slow, but steady, increase on the residential side as well. Installing a custom modular addition typically takes less than half the time as building an addition on site.
The coming year will bring faster paced, more significant change across multiple areas of the remodeling market