Management

It’s easier to prevent something from happening than it is to repair the damage after the fact

Tips on choosing the right estimating software for your remodeling business.

Gehman outlines his benefit budget for 1998.

Dennis Gehman stresses education by paying for employees for certain types of participation.

One kitchen remodel goes from good to better despite project problems.

Customers offer feedback on Stronghold's kitchen design.

Analyzing the cash flow of one kitchen remodel.

High school students build homes for class credit.

Sonny Lykos offers tips on finding and hiring new employees for a remodeling business.

Students in home building courses learn to deal with product manufacturers.

This article outlines the skills necessary in a good lead carpenter.

Sawhorse Inc. founders discuss stepping away from their businesses and letting new employees take over.

Communication is the key to an effective scheduling process.

Maintaining schedules depends on maintaining close relations with subcontractors.

In planning his schedules, Dave Carson knows delays will accumulate around three key activities.

This sidebar for 'Too Close For Comfort' analyzes in detail the financial elements of one remodeler's sunroom addition.

This sidebar for 'Too Close for Comfort' highlights the customers' perspective on the work done for their sunroom addition.

One remodeler recovers after a sunroom addition leaves him in the red.

One remodeler talks about encouraging his contractors to give better service by attending classes and going out to dinner.

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