One nationally renowned remodeling company doesn’t pay commissions to its sales team. Here’s why that works so well.
When more work becomes too much work, it often leads to less profit, not more
Use these guidelines to protect your profits
Are you tempted to reveal your costs to homeowners? Think again.
If one area of your business runs more slowly than the rest, a bottleneck will occur, causing delays and lost profitability
Use these tips to approach warranty calls as a marketing tactic to keep clients happy and repeat/referral rates growing
Mistakes happen, but a big mistake creates fallout in proportion to the authority of the person who makes it
A zero-tolerance policy strengthens your team and keeps customers happy
Adopting a few simple business habits can make a huge difference
Five tips for overcoming common pitfalls when working with allowances
The risk-reward nature of fixed-price contracts may not be the best fit for today’s design-build market
The remodeling market is strong, but are you ready to take advantage of it? Take this simple fitness test to see if you’re properly positioned for growth.
Rather than searching for a one-size-fits-all pay plan, use big-picture tactics to keep teams motivated
Even today, many smaller companies don’t take advantage of software solutions. A study from Fit Small Business revealed that no single type of software category had a full 50 percent usage rate. The highest ranked—accounting-based programs—was at 49.8 percent. The most common reason given for not purchasing the software was cost, yet the efficiency gained by using the right tools will pay back the initial investment many times over.
Consider these questions before purchasing digital solutions for your company
Instead of resisting client requests for a cost breakdown, Michael Anschel lays all his cards on the table. It sounds like a nightmare but it works like a dream.
A program designed to streamline workflows for businesses big and small
Data from around the industry indicates a gangbusters year for home improvement
He found out that asking for the sale was a lot easier when it followed all the other steps in the selling system.
The IRS has confirmed it: interest on home equity lines of credit is tax deductible, kind of.