Sal Alfano is executive editor for Professional Remodeler. email@example.com, 202.365.9070
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Code, safety, and performance considerations
OSHA's reduced limits for jobsite exposure to crystalline silica is expressed in micrograms per cubic meter. Here's some math to make those numbers more meaningful
Here's what you need to do to comply with OSHA's final rule on respirable crystalline silica
It’s time remodelers adopted these commonsense measures to protect workers and homeowners from jobsite dust
After grouting, the matte-finish porcelain floor tiles lost their crisp clean look. What caused it, and was there a way to fix it?
Beautify floors and walls with these tile offerings that include fabric effects, wood looks, and faux natural stone
At Mosby Building Arts, in St. Louis, managers use a company award—and polar bear totem—to reinforce the good stuff
The respiratory tract is protected by mechanisms that work to keep our airways and lungs relatively clean
Dust isn’t just a nuisance byproduct of remodeling; it’s nasty stuff that’s bad for employees, bad for subs, bad for clients—and bad for business
During a remodel, making dust is inevitable, but spreading it around is preventable
How belief echoes can affect people’s attitudes even when they know something is false
How one remodeling company is making marketing decisions based on lifetime customer value
All remodelers face similar problems. How they solve them makes all the difference.
A drone improves efficiency and accuracy both on site and in the office.
When today’s customer finally contacts your company, it’s not a sale, it’s a buying facilitation.
Revisions to AWPA’s U1 standard may require using lumber rated for ground contact in some above-ground applications
Self-regulation as a solution to regulatory noncompliance
This compact, portable keyboard from iClever may spell the end of thumbing your phone on the jobsite.
The number of leads you need depends on how well prospects are screened, how many sales you close, the average size of those sales, and your revenue target
Who knows how the next year will play out, but these four issues are likely to affect most remodelers in 2016