PR April 2009

August 16, 2010

Features

Here are a few examples of how remodeling firms are using green tax credits to market their firms and satisfy customers

Remodeling firm sales teams should focus on consultative approaches to sales. Here's why.

Columnist Doug Dwyer talks about how remodelers can improve their business.

Consumer seminars are a win-win for any remodeling company. They serve to educate your potential clients, familiarize homeowners with your company and act as a marketing tool. Here's how.

Building product manufacturers and suppliers have turned their focus to remodelers to help drive sales

Here are ideas that remodelers can use to help spirt their business through the downturn.

Five years after he sold Airoom, Michael Klein is back to take the helm again

Our annual Business Results study reveals the depth of the downturn

Atlanta was recently named the third-emptiest city in the country by Forbes (behind only Las Vegas and Detroit), based on Atlanta's rising homeowner and rental vacancy rates. Here's what that means for remodelers.

Home Rebuilders delivers a luxury bathroom solution

Remodeling revenues take a plunge

Labor is top expense for remodelers

Small workforce is the norm for remodelers

Job size and price of the remodeling job shrank in 2008

Repeats and referrals dominate in the remodeling industry

Remodeling companies are running small sales operations

FSC-certified and with low- or no-VOC binders and glues, Neil Kelly Cabinets were green before green was cool.

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