For books it was Amazon; for music, iTunes; for taxi services, Uber. Whatever will disrupt the remodeling industry is probably already underway.
One profound principle that pays slow but steady dividends
Why is every member of a random group of consumers interested in which car won a particular award?
With a rapidly changing market, such as we have now, you need to be alert to any changes, so you can maintain a nimble, evolving business
In this short video segment, we examine the decision-making process for choosing the most suitable railing fabricator.
Changing your lead model from outbound to inbound will make life a lot easier. But it’s all about digital
Insulating older homes is an all-or-nothing proposition. Just blowing insulation into the walls can create moisture problems that will rot the wood structure from the inside out.
Homeowners need a certified technician to work on their cars, but they can hire just about anybody to remodel their homes. Why is that and what can we do about it?
Being a lover and student of old houses is one thing. Owning and carefully remodeling one is another matter.
Today, your real competition isn’t the other remodelers, builders, or designers in your area; your real competitor is the homeowner
Implementation problems aside, the smart home is coming, and remodelers need to be ready
Be careful not to run afoul of federal cooling-off regulations
While building a business, you're also building a life. Years from now when you look back on both, will the scales be balanced?
Homeowners don’t expect all that much from exterior contractors. That’s your opportunity.
The number of tradeswomen has remained stagnant over the past decade, yet something else has changed
Who knows how the next year will play out, but these four issues are likely to affect most remodelers in 2016
For a business owner or leader, midyear is an ideal time to replan, revise, and regroup