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In today's interconnected online world, businesses are vulnerable, and businesses with fewer than 100 employees even more so
The state has a reputation for corrupt officials, but one contractor took on the Goliath that is the DTOD, and won
Appeals court upholds ruling against table saw manufacturer in accident case
A look at three tech stocks that affect remodelers
I was struck by the almost supernatural power of Twitter to influence a crowd, and how much that power has diminished in just five years
A closer look at the kitchen and bath of the 2015 Model ReModel project in Dallas by Hatfield Builders & Remodelers, with Professional Remodeler
Negative assumptions about tradespeople are everywhere, from characters on TV to political comments
Fingers reattached at a good facility are 80 to 90 percent successful, but that doesn’t include all of the people who are not candidates for the surgery.
We’re introducing more points of view, large images, and a cool use of margin notes in every story
The Model Remodel is a whole-house remodel that showcases excellent materials, exciting design, and superb craftsmanship
The old saying is true: All of us are smarter than any of us. So take advantage of your peers' innovation and problem solving to help improve your business.
Reclaimed bricks’ popularity is growing, and here’s how the ModelReModel is using it
Meet the awards judges for 2015 and find out about our new format for presenting the Design Awards winners in the magazine
It’s like reality TV for remodelers; smart, bold, and visually stunning
Remodeling experts respond to a study claiming that weatherizing a home costs more than it saves
It's important for every remodeler to tell homeowners why they should hire a legitimate firm, even if the job is small
Creating aesthetically relevant retro designs isn’t just a matter of slapping up a wall of beadboard and calling it a day
Beauty shots on your company website are great, but homeowners are interested in more
Don't just pretend to be interested in learning about your clients' needs. Really listen. It will make or break the sale.
Technically, this remodeling company did nothing wrong, but I would never hire them