March 2017

March 19, 2017

Features

Converting a company to an employee-owned business can be a great retirement option. Here are three examples of how it works.

Details about the interior products and technologies used in the Orlando show home

It may look rustic—it means ‘to flower out’ in French—but it can get ugly if it causes deterioration in brick or block

These heating-cooling marvels work great but don’t always go with the rest of the room. Here are five ways to dress them up or conceal them altogether.

Three unique products in the shower, decking, and railing categories and what makes them stand out

Battery technology has drastically changed this classic demo saw. Here’s a head-to-head look at eight popular brands.

The ITC rules on Bosch Reaxx vs. SawStop

The big box is beefing up its Pro division

With a new administration, the time is ripe for policies to change. But by how much remains to be seen

With the right customer base, newspaper ads still bring in leads 

How to win over this demographic and become the aging-in-place expert in your market

Betting on the success of an app for contractors that lets homeowners qualify for loans

This nifty platform is a productivity and accuracy booster

When business succession plans don't pan out as expected

Remember how it used to work 15 years ago? Well, it will get you exactly nowhere today.

People are your company's greatest asset—an asset that requires close attention and a strategic focus 

Why it's so hard for remodelers to talk about money, and tips for getting over it 

The trend toward more frequent, more subjective employee appraisals begs the question: What should you be measuring?

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