PR October 2008
New products from the Remodeling Show plus reviews of interior and exterior Green products
Two remodelers discuss how to get a balance between your work and your life without giving up your business.
Much of the debris that remodelers throw away can be reused or recycled, saving money and our natural resources in the process.
Remodelers can create satisfied customers through company culture, a common language of customer satisfaction and client relations management systems.
Focus on customer service to help generate repeat and referral remodeling business
For a lot of remodelers, the idea of green is overwhelming. There's a wealth of information out there, but at the same time it can seem like if you're not doing it already, you're too far behind the curve. According to leading green remodelers, the best way not to be swamped is to take it one step at a time.
As a remodeler, you need to come to terms with changes in your work environment that are affecting your business.
Trade secrets from the remodeling industry
Insurance restoration firms have to deal with strict pricing guidelines, so remodelers of all types can learn a lot from them about managing costs.
Green building and remodeling practices are no longer just a fad, they're here to stay. Our 2008 Green Survey reflects the attitudes of remodelers across the country.
The remodeler transformed this single-family,1920s Denver home from eyesore to Mediterranean beauty.