PR May 2012

May 07, 2012

2012 Market Leaders |

Protecting Margin and Mark-Up |

Outdoor Living


Homeowners are looking for a private retreat

The next generation of this upflush grinder system is the first 1-horsepower device of its kind.

This drop-in tub from Diamond Spas is designed in French Country style.

A look at the tools that make it easier for remodelers to sell in the field

ODL’s exclusive Tubular Skylight Solar Powered Dimmer lets homeowners control the amount of natural light throughout the home.

GAF Timberline American Harvest Lifetime Shingles are designed with an optimized construction and an advanced color-application technique that results in an extra-dimensional look for the home.

The in-swing egress casement style from Hy-Lite offers up the practicality of meeting egress code requirements while providing privacy and elegance.

Pine Hall Brick introduces these permeable pavement stormwater filtration systems.

Quanex’s line of in-swing and out-swing patio doors can now utilize the Inception to Installation (I2I) system for increased weather protection

There’s always a lower price out there, so remodelers need to show value

Quick-start job changes both the house and the remodeling company

These plywood cabinets employ the Cabinotch Cabinet Box System, which uses wood-to-wood locking glue joints.

Maytag offers a new set of freestanding gas, electric and induction cooktops with AquaLift self-cleaning technology.

Remodelers can offer their clients a more energy-efficient kitchen with this package of appliances from GE’s “ecomagination” suite.

American Standard offers its new stainless steel sink line in single-, double- or triple-bowl configurations

More than anything, homeowners are looking for kitchens that reflect the way they live today

Proper moisture management techniques are critical to the performance and life span of a structure

Our annual list of the top remodelers in 20 major markets

Create or find opportunities that make you unique, and show you thriving in this market

Your future healthy profits will need to come from doing more than just squeezing an extra nickel out of a dollar.

It’s one of the most important concepts in running a successful remodeling business, but still trips up many companies. How do you determine (and preserve) the margin and mark-up that you need to be successful?

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