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opioid addiction is an occupational hazard when youre a remodeler

Why does our industry have such a serious opioid problem?

Growth in volume measures growth in transactions, but no one goes into business just to maximize transactions 

shining a spotlight on opioids in remodeling

Remodelers we spoke with agreed that opioid addiction is an industry challenge

erika taylor, judy mozen, denise dersin

Women in Residential Construction gives its highest honor

solar is becoming a big product on homes and remodelers should know that
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A look at consumer attitudes on social responsibility, environmental stewardship, and institutional accountability

women at wirc podcast new episode

The inaugural episode of Women at WIRC, a podcast for and about the women of remodeling and construction

traction in remodeling business

How a business book helped us grow stronger as a company

The market is strong, yet many remodelers are hurting. Here’s why.  

Breaking up is hard to do, especially in business. These 3 tips make it easier.

Seven remodelers share how they instill trust in doubting homeowners about their services.

accountant

Whether completed internally odr by an outside accountant, a budget that supports your market position is key to achieving your income goal.

Many remodelers underbid their projects. Here’s how to remedy that. 

Not everyone who struggles with an opioid addiction is able to get clean. But some are. 

In this bathroom for a master suite addition to a Tudor-style home, most of the daylight comes from two north-facing skylights.

Part of a master suite addition to a Tudor-style home in Denver, most of the daylight comes from two north-facing skylights. A monochromatic palette of light colors was chosen, with a contrasting dark stain used for “his” vanity to make it feel more masculine. Interior designer: Kristi Dinner, KD Design; general contractor: Coggeshall Construction

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