helping remodelers figure out how to plan an addition with clients

The clients want to add space underground to preserve the scale of their home. They might agree to an addition, but only if the front elevation is just right. So that’s where we start.

Video posters should start paying exra close attention to these three ranking factors

forces for residential windows, doors, and skylights

Updates on residential windows, doors, and skylights

the onboarding process is important for any good business

Making new hires feel welcome sets the tone for a long and productive tenure. On their first day at work, new employees get flowers and a card.

Use these guidelines to set the stage for successful hires

examining your businesses fitness for remodelers

5 questions to ask yourself when trying to determine how things stand with your business 

Originally designed for software developers, the scrum methodology brings flexibility and focus to remodeling

the importance of contract signatures before work

In order to protect yourself, request that both spouses be available to sign the contract. Another option is electronic signatures, which are now generally recognized as originals. Source: goodluz / stock.adobe.com

Should you start work on a project if you are missing one of the homeowners’ signatures on the contract? No. Here’s why.

google smart campaigns can help remodelers generate leads

An affordable, targeted marketing campaign in minutes

a good remodeler tells clients what they need to hear

A good remodeler gives the client what they need rather than what they want. This takes knowledge, skill, and leadership.  

How to give remodeling clients what they need, instead of what they want

quick drains are becoming popular remodel with homeowners

A drain for creating seamless, single-slope shower designs

An industry-first circuit breaker bringing smart tech to energy management

There are little touches that can create opportunity for many remodelers 

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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