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 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.
It's great to have lots of jobs in the pipeline, but only if you manage your future revenue stream properly
What do you want your company to accomplish? Who do you want to be?
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
When more work becomes too much work, it often leads to less profit, not more
Some of the best companies across the country install most with subcontractor crews. Here’s why.
Use these guidelines to protect your profits
Recognizing potential leaders within your organization is key to its future growth.
Are you tempted to reveal your costs to homeowners? Think again.
If one area of your business runs more slowly than the rest, a bottleneck will occur, causing delays and lost profitability
Use these tips to approach warranty calls as a marketing tactic to keep clients happy and repeat/referral rates growing
Mistakes happen, but a big mistake creates fallout in proportion to the authority of the person who makes it
Use of subcontracted labor by roofing, siding, window, or deck contractors is an issue for many homeowners. It comes down to accountability.
This year's event focuses on the challenges—and solutions—facing women in the industry today.