Business — Home Improvement
The company jumped 27 spots on the list
Recent consumer research by Synchrony reveals that people are streamlining their product purchasing patterns. Are you curious about what the data reveals regarding what consumers are looking for to help make their buying decision more quickly? What does this mean for the home improvement contractor?
Homeshows are exhausting, exciting chances to capture leads, and seal deals—but only if you survive. Follow these tips for making the most of the opportunity.
Radio is a great way to reach an older demographic. Here’s what you need to know.
CraftJack asked 1,600+ contractors what the most physically demanding job was, and they said...
A great example for executing a great idea
Dan Ochstein (left) and Earl Rahn opened NewSouth Windows in the middle of the recession and targeted one of the hardest-hit areas to start their company. "It was an opportunity," Rahn says. Today, NewSouth employs more than 165 people across the state. The windows for all locations are made in Tampa.
Following a growing trend of acquisitions in home improvement, PGT innovations has effectively acquired NewSouth Window Solutions
Seven remodelers share how they instill trust in doubting homeowners about their services.
But which is recommended more by Realtors?
Homeowners are choosing longevity over price when they replace their roofs with steel, aluminum, or copper tiles and panels
Florida Home Improvement Associates chooses Texas remodeler Statewide Remodeling to start its national expansion
How joining an association became a central part our lead gen strategy (especially for our handyman services)
An affordable, targeted marketing campaign in minutes
Many homeowners have no idea there are different ways to install replacement windows. Teaching them helps you, too.
Four big takeaways every remodeler needs to know
7 rules for creating zero punch-list remodeling jobs
Figure out what sets your company apart, and make sure your employees know it, too
As more employers make use of noncompetes, courts find that these restrictive agreements are going beyond the bounds of original intent
Homeowners are often shocked to discover that the roofing company that installed their new roof or repaired their old one is out of business