Go high-tech and save money in the process. Robert Criner, CGR, upgraded from a Polaroid camera to a digital camera.
Cyberspace can be a crazy place. A client recently reported that she dialed up my website and found herself in a pornographic site.
Three years ago, we featured Stan Ehrlich of Depot Homes in an article that set the tone for this magazine’s mission to educate toward an industry of stable, profitable remodeling companies.
The Remodelers Night Out, a special dinner hosted by the Remodelors Council and Professional Remodeler--
Technological advances over the past 12 months have accelerated the pace of business and of life.
Bob White, CGR, has found an interesting way to expand his remodeling business. He frequently performs autopsies--on buildings.
The paperless office might be in the far-off future, but one California remodeler is a step closer to taming the paper tiger.
John A. Buttaro spends most of his day in the field, working his projects.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the elderly population will more than double between now and the year 2050, growing to an estimated 80 million people aged 65 years and older.
The Iron Curtain’s long gone, but capitalism continues to struggle in the former Soviet Union. Not for lack of desire, discovered Alan Derrick, but rather lack of knowledge.
Rob Blodgett has spent a lot of time systematizing his remodeling firm, Blodgett Construction & Home Improvement Co. in Grand Rapids, Mich. As a result, he has created a wealth of business forms. But as a member of Business Networks, he saw others in h...
Creative marketing gives Boardwalk Builders signage that makes an impression all over town.
Business Management In the book, 'Building Partnerships: How to Work With Trade Contractors,' Bob Whitten offers this tip to remodelers:...
Remodelers who have reached a level of professionalism have moved their estimating process from paper to electronic
According to the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University, homeowners spent $92.4 billion remodeling their homes during the past 12 months.
It appears that the U. S. Postal Service survived Y2K, unless it’s Spring and you’re just now reading our January issue.
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