If your backlog is bumping up against a labor shortage, converting subcontractors to payroll employees might make sense. Here’s what that process entails.
A close reading of positive reviews can tell you a lot about what customers value. What you find may be surprising.
He found out that asking for the sale was a lot easier when it followed all the other steps in the selling system.
Service issues are a touchy but inevitable part of the window replacement business.
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A Baltimore-based remodeler is trying to take advantage of convenient, mobile payment options
A bill moving through NYC's City Council aims to counterbalance controversial construction safety training legislation passed in 2017
Survey says for a large segment of luxury consumers, buying high-end appliances is better than sex.
One way to combat the labor shortage is by using methods—such as modular construction—that require fewer workers and less time. Modular builds have picked up steam in the commercial market and many are predicting a slow, but steady, increase on the residential side as well. Installing a custom modular addition typically takes less than half the time as building an addition on site.
The coming year will bring faster paced, more significant change across multiple areas of the remodeling market
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Solid growth happens after you take a hard look at your company’s strengths and weaknesses
How four unrelated companies became distinguished voices in a crowded industry
It's free, it's easy, and it can help keep you on schedule even when you're not on schedule.
It’s great to have choices, but having too many options threatens our ability to make a decision
Fast-paced expansion of top line sales feels great, until the stress sets in.
Shingling over an old roof may be faster, cheaper, and a common practice. But some companies refuse to do it.
Pro Remodeler is taking on an ambitious project this year, with the goal of benefiting the industry
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Why you should become not just another remodeler but an “authority” in the field