PR November 2008

August 16, 2010

Features

Every remodeling company needs to tout its green products and services, even an organization with as strong a green reputation as Neil Kelly Co.

The steps for creating and implementing a business plan for your remodeling company

F.H. Perry Builder is figuring out what comes after succession

Neil Kelly Company’s green remodeling practices, business strategies and best practices help them earn Professional Remodeler’s highest honor.

Historic buildings possess many of the characteristics now being touted as green. Green remodels involving historic homes requires a careful balance of aesthetics versus efficiency.

MyGreenBuildings transforms a bungalow into a luxurious green home

Home improvement radio shows are an effective way for remodelers to market to new customers; using your Web site to partner with a TV station; offering "green" workshops

New products for the remodeling industry

How a remodeler can save money, help the environment and become green-friendly? Reduce, recycle and reuse.

Life is about relationships. Business works best when life is going well and vice versa. It is next to impossible to live without having relationships with other people, and it's even harder to be in the remodeling business without relationships.

Understanding the decision-making criteria for target clients today is the first step in strategically mapping how to sustain and even grow your remodeling business in the current economy.

There's an excellent business book on the shelves right now that I'd recommend to any remodeling business owner. “How Fit Is Your Business? A Complete Checkup and Prescription for Better Business Health,” by Mark Richardson.

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