A construction lawyer outlines three options for settling a dispute over a non-paying client.
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?
Seeing what we push against is as useful as seeing what we are pushing toward
Four big takeaways every remodeler needs to know
Set yourself up for successful siding jobs by prepping customers from the start
Perhaps more a statement on the industry than Home Depot
It's a nightmare scenario. But when it happens, you'll be ready.
When times get tough, it helps to remember what’s good about the industry
Taking on the wrong remodeling job can hurt your profits and company morale. But how do you know when a project isn’t a good fit?
The New American Remodel explores creative approaches to sustainable design
How remodelers can better protect themselves against cyber threats
NAHB remodelers’ annual celebration at the international builders’ show showcased the best and most innovative of the remodeling industry
A smartsheet is akin to a Google Sheet on steroids.
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.
Many great project managers are unprepared to run a business
GE looks to flip the script on grandmas and technology
Supersize your success by creating a process for SGLs with your sales team
A leading remodeler discusses the planning that went into the company’s new showroom
You’re ready to sell part of your remodeling business, and an employee is interested in buying. But where do you start?
Why is it that one salesperson is better at selling kitchens while another is stronger with additions? The answer is rooted in science, and understanding how it works can help strengthen any team.