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Remodeler Michael Anschel explains how leaning on discounts reduces a remodelers value.

covid-19 is affecting remodelers

BJ Werzyn, whose company operates in several states, explains how he was able to protect his business in the early days of COVID-19 in the US, and how his executives are using Facebook to stay engaged with worried employees

covid-19 is affecting remodelers

Owner, designer, and project manager Mary Thompson shares some of her biggest COVID-19 concerns, including the impact of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act

danny lipford is a long time remodeler

Lipford credits being involved with remodeling and building associations, like NAHB, with helping him raise his profile earlier in his career. 

As unique as Danny Lipford’s career is, there are plenty of lessons in it for the everyday remodeler 

covid-19 is affecting remodelers

Home improvement veteran Brian Gottlieb shares advice on shoring up your business's finances and explains why remodeling is essential in these times

covid-19 is affecting remodelers

Executive director Jan Burchett discusses the adjustments the Kansas City chapter's had to make, as well as how its helping its members stay positive

covid-19 is affecting remodelers

Veteran remodeler Vince Nardo shares budjet and staff adjustments his company's had to make 

remodelers can use these online resources to help their cash situation

SBA adds programs for businesses impacted by COVID-19

covid-19 is affecting remodelers

NAHB 2020 Chariman Dean Mon discusses the challenges remodelers need to prepare for in the coming weeks and months

covid-19 is affecting remodelers

Design-build remodeler Bryan Sebring shares what tools he's using to communicate while sheltering in place

covid-19 is affecting remodelers

Remodelers Joseph and Melissa Irons share Irons Brothers Construction's new COVID-19 safety guidelines for its office and jobsites

sending out newsletters can be a good thing for remodelers

A company e-newsletter can go a lot deeper than clickbait and business news

SBA offering emergency loans for small businesses hurt by COVID-19, including remodelers

The risk to small businesses is so great that not only is SBA offering relief, but other organizations like Facebook have pledged grant money to help those businesses in need. 

The Small Business Association will help small businesses severely affected by COVID-19 with access up to $2 million in loan assistance

Most remodelers go into the business with no leadership training. Yet missteps in this area can profoundly damage your company. 

Want to be more successful? Reduce the number of errors you make.

time to lead with coronavirus and other distractions facing remodelers

Ten tips for leading your company during a time of uncertainty and fear

3 tips for successfully leveraging technology to improve your business 

Implementing new technology in any facet of your business will ultimately help your clients, and your bottom line.

3 tips for successfully leveraging technology to improve your business 

Remodeling and coronavirus

Concerns about contracting COVID-19 has caused a run on supplies

It’s crucial that you see your time as just as valuable as the client’s. If a homeowner doesn’t agree with that concept, they are probably not a good fit for your company.

Free estimates hurt your company in multiple ways 

From left to right: Rob Hellyer, Amy Robinson, Donna Buenik, Dan Bawden, Melanie Heinrich, Sherry Pruit, Kevin Vick

What makes the Houston Remodelers Council so effective

hausera kitchen and bath retailer has launched nationally

An online, kichen and bath products sales platform designed to give users education and inspiration alongside a wide, easy-to-navigate sales experience

Gaspar’s Construction in Seattle

Keeping a beginner’s mindset has helped Sarah Henry build upon the strong foundation at Gaspar’s Construction

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