PR February 2001
Construction As key homebuilders and home centers promote certified wood products, remodelers may find a competitive advantage in offering these products to their own clients.
Jan Williams, CGR, who along with her husband, Harry, has been an active NAHB member for close to 30 years, finishes her term as chairman of the NAHB Remodelors Council in Atlanta at the NAHB Annual Board Meeting and International Builders Show.
Nearly 75 years after the bungalow building boom, many of these houses are in need of renovation.
Bill Shaw explains how he uses his sales system as a tool to control the sales process.
Bob Fleming, president of Classic Remodeling & Construction in Charleston, S.C., has leased his employees for more than five years, saving on insurance costs and paperwork time.
Design Around the country, apartment developers and investment companies are looking to invest in major renovations of their properties.
Two remodelers discuss the benefits and costs of in-house financing vs. lending institution.
Flexibility with the design/build process garners prized projects and customer favor.
In-house design is more than a sales tool for Cathy Gaspar of Gaspar’s Construction—it is a source of revenue.
Eric Schneider wanted a change, so he stepped away from his $2.5 million remodeling business—and it didn’t fall apart.
Communication between contractors and designers is critical to keeping a job on schedule. Here’s how to open the lines of communication.
Remodeling companies looking to find employees may be able to tap into a new recruitment option: the U.S. Army.
Three Web sites that your remodeling business will find useful.