Easy-to-remember phone numbers dramatically increase advertising response rates, according to a study by Michael J. Motto Advertising, Providence, N.J.
When a local college student wandered into Magee Construction five years ago to inquire about internship possibilities, Wayne Magee didn’t think his business could afford the time to train an intern or that he even needed the extra help. Today, that on...
Bill Asdal, CGR, of Asdal Builders LLC in Chester, N.J., a long-time member and former chairman of the NAHB Remodelors Council, was named 2000 Remodelor of the Year during the council’s awards banquet in Philadelphia.
The operations manual at TCI is considered a benchmark quality practice by the NAHB Research Center and was instrumental in helping win the company a 2000 National Remodeling Quality Award.
If any doubts remain that the remodeling industry and the Internet would connect, they should be wiped away now that Amazon.com, the Internet’s largest retailer of music, books and videos, has begun to sell hardware products.
Don Novak knows that exhibiting at home shows can pay off-to the tune of $3 million during the 30-plus years he’s had a booth at a local event.
Letters to the editor about handling bad press and customizing draw schedules.
Gary Nash, owner of Nash Construction, developed a 12-point checklist that describes every phase of the construction process to clients.
Working as a designer/architect for B&E Contractors offers hands-on learning.
Converting a company to handle an in-house, profitable design staff takes time.
Next year, Professional Remodeler will publish 12 issues--including three product tabloids.
Mark Brick takes the design/build concept a step further by hiring architects.
Woods Restoration Services strives to lessen the trauma for its fire-restoration clients.
The financial breakdown of the Turcotte fire-restoration project.
Volunteering is good for Alan Derrick's business and his conscience.