Don’t keep putting off that vacation. Instead, plan for it, then do it. Your business and employees will thank you.
Why, as business improves, it's important to update job descriptions with input from existing staff
Remodeling industry trainer and educator Shawn McCadden lists five common practices that he believes are holding back remodelers from becoming more professional
A key employee unexpectedly leaving can be a stress bomb if you don’t see it coming and you don’t have a plan to deal with it
In today's interconnected online world, businesses are vulnerable, and businesses with fewer than 100 employees even more so
Repairing construction defects can be risky unless you take some precautions
Worker's compensation insurance is an expensive cost of doing business and most contractors are always looking for ways to reduce that financial burden
Mark Richardson's list of the 10 most-common mistakes made in remodeling businesses. Avoid them, and your odds for success go way up.
Have you ever considered offering a lifetime warranty? It’s not as crazy as it sounds. In fact, if you do it right, it’s a revenue generator
Holidays present some unique opportunities for marketing, managing, selling, or just giving back
If you run your business with profit as an afterthought, it's time to make a change.
For this New York–state remodeler, iPads pave the way for greater efficiency and better communication
Many businesses suffer growing pains because they grow by accident. But businesses are like children—they need nurturing and guidance to become healthy and successful
Even with a succession plan in place, it’s difficult for owners to step away from their business
Change doesn't come easy. But if you want it, you must uncover your conflicting commitments and understand the strength of our immunity to change
Controls at the front and back end will ensure that you’re paying what you should for building materials
The medium used to communicate and approve changes on a project matters. Consider these pointers
You can't escape them, but you can minimize the hassle and anxiety that remodeling change orders can cause. Here's how.