December 2015

December 02, 2015

Features

A closer look at the kitchen and bath of the 2015 Model ReModel project in Dallas by Hatfield Builders & Remodelers, with Professional Remodeler

To solve the labor problem, we need a concerted effort by contractors, educators, policy makers, and manufacturers

Negative assumptions about tradespeople are everywhere, from characters on TV to political comments

This siding product goes beyond traditional vinyl siding to offer far more, says Robert Smith of Maintenance Free Exteriors

Facebook, Google, and Amazon are all jumping into an already crowded field, leaving many to wonder what the future will bring

If you run your business with profit as an afterthought, it's time to make a change. 

It pays to make warranty work part of your sales process. Here's why 

The dos and don’ts for properly finishing a basement

Short-term marketing tactics are like one-time bets at the roulette table. But there's an inexpensive “magic chip” that comes up a winner every time

For this New York–state remodeler, iPads pave the way for greater efficiency and better communication

Practice makes perfect, but it has to be the right kind of practice, says home improvement sales trainer Rodney Webb

Most states require a warranty. Here are some guidelines about what it ought to cover

Remodeler Chaden Halfhill reflects on his greatest goal: to work on projects that bring about change and influence how we build

Many businesses suffer growing pains because they grow by accident. But businesses are like children—they need nurturing and guidance to become healthy and successful

When it comes to sales success, company owners and salespeople often define it in different ways, making "close rate" a slippery metric

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