By Kevin T. Harris | | September 13, 2016

In this short video segment, we examine the decision-making process for choosing the most suitable railing fabricator.

By Mike Damora | September 07, 2016

Changing your lead model from outbound to inbound will make life a lot easier. But it’s all about digital

By Michael Anschel | August 31, 2016

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.

By Sal Alfano | August 31, 2016

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?

By Bruce Wentworth | August 23, 2016

Being a lover and student of old houses is one thing. Owning and carefully remodeling one is another matter.

By Mark Richardson | August 23, 2016

Today, your real competition isn’t the other remodelers, builders, or designers in your area; your real competitor is the homeowner

By Erika Taylor | August 23, 2016

Implementation problems aside, the smart home is coming, and remodelers need to be ready 

By Renee Schwerdt | August 05, 2016

Be careful not to run afoul of federal cooling-off regulations

By Sal Alfano | August 04, 2016

While building a business, you're also building a life. Years from now when you look back on both, will the scales be balanced?

By Mike Damora | August 04, 2016

Homeowners don’t expect all that much from exterior contractors. That’s your opportunity.

By Erika Taylor | August 02, 2016

The number of tradeswomen has remained stagnant over the past decade, yet something else has changed

By Sal Alfano | August 02, 2016

Who knows how the next year will play out, but these four issues are likely to affect most remodelers in 2016

By Mark Richardson | July 19, 2016

For a business owner or leader, midyear is an ideal time to replan, revise, and regroup

By Kevin T. Harris | | July 15, 2016

Easy-to-Install Cable Railing System Accentuates Linear Aesthetic and All-Natural Elements

By Sal Alfano | July 13, 2016

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

By Mike Damora | July 07, 2016

You'll need to rethink the one-call close

By Erika Taylor | June 09, 2016

Virtually every group representing businesses, including the NAHB, opposes the Department of Labor's new rules regarding who is exempt from overtime pay 

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