Blogs

By Kaitlin Schuler | October 18, 2019

Owner of Easton Roofing says the damage has already been done

By Sal Alfano | October 18, 2019

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

By Kaitlin Schuler | October 18, 2019

A reminder to all contractors of the costs of ignoring safety protocols

By Erika Taylor | October 11, 2019

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

By Sal Alfano | September 24, 2019

When we learn from our mistakes, we avoid making the same mistake twice. When we learn from the mistakes of others, we avoid making a mistake in the first place.

By Erika Taylor | September 11, 2019

We don’t question the problems, or if we do, we procrastinate making fixes

By Sal Alfano | August 19, 2019

To price a painting by the square foot reduces an act of imagination and skill to paint-by-numbers. Take-it-or-leave-it pricing does the same for remodeling.

By Erika Taylor | August 06, 2019

I had no clear, codified personal mission statement to use as a north star

By Sal Alfano | July 22, 2019

The contract of the future could be a blockchain-verified digital document with embedded, executable code 

By Erika Taylor | July 02, 2019

There are little touches that can create opportunity for many remodelers 

By Sal Alfano | June 21, 2019

Every client’s experience with a newly renovated space asks a question about how well reality measures up to imagination

By Erika Taylor | June 11, 2019

Remodelers are overlooked when it’s time to dole out kudos for a job well done

By Sal Alfano | May 16, 2019

Did the homeowners insist on their misguided vision, or were the remodelers simply clueless to the harm they were inflicting?

By Sal Alfano | April 22, 2019

It’s easier to prevent something from happening than it is to repair the damage after the fact

By Erika Taylor | April 09, 2019

We’ve achieved a tipping point around the adoption of these products

By Sal Alfano | March 26, 2019

When most people call, it’s to talk with a person. Why, then, do automated phone menus offer every option under the sun except that one?

By Erika Taylor | March 25, 2019

Seeing what we push against is as useful as seeing what we are pushing toward

By Mark Richardson | March 19, 2019

When times get tough, it helps to remember what’s good about the industry

By Sal Alfano | February 26, 2019

The larger the management team, the more latency there is in the network. Success depends  on the people, the systems they use, and how often they use them.

By Erika Taylor | February 25, 2019

Many great project managers are unprepared to run a business

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