The prequalifying conversation is essential to prevent remodelers from wasting valuable time
A series of powerful weather events creates plenty of exterior repair work. But insurance work can easily find you in over your head.
Sure, an informal agreement with minimal documentation is easy, but it could cost you time, money, and referrals
When a stone of innovation hits calm water, the ripples can be hard to predict
Is all this publicity worth $75,000?
Facebook is rolling out two updates, and remodelers should take note
Nine incorrect principles often held by less successful company owners
Drones have become an important sales and marketing tool for exterior remodelers with new uses for the technology just around the corner
Suspect substance abuse? Unless you have a policy in place, your choice in how to respond is to either tolerate it or fire the employee
The do-it-for-me generation values a business model that’s different from the way remodelers have always done it
The best siding companies make proper installation a calling card and point of differentiation
Many business owners think that an office manager should be the last person you hire as your company grows. Those with experience say otherwise.
Action is a choice. Action is a conscious decision. Action is a success habit.
We are on the cusp of a truly exciting time for women in construction
The industry is hurting, but professionals aren't worried
Use this simple exercise to problem-solve and break down stress
Tips for discussions with remodeling prospects
Offering custom roof flashing to clients can set you apart from the competition. Here are two ways to introduce the option into your business.