Mark Richardson shares insights into five false positives remodelers should have on the radar, and discusses the impact COVID-19 is having on the remodeling industry with Harvard's Kermit Baker
Remodelers are looking at their processes rather than relying on a quick fix
NARI Chairman Robi Kirsic helps businesses find their way through the global pandemic
Save your team a headache by using this detailed pre-con list with clients before the job starts
A company e-newsletter can go a lot deeper than clickbait and business news
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Treating reviews like a referral center with clear goals will help grow your business
Recent consumer research by Synchrony reveals that people are streamlining their product purchasing patterns. Are you curious about what the data reveals regarding what consumers are looking for to help make their buying decision more quickly? What does this mean for the home improvement contractor?
Get daily updates, organized by site and location on the site, without your staff having to spending even a minute taking pictures or moving around data
Autonomous vehicles are already on our roads, but your company will never run itself
For company owners who control the process, getting fired means freedom. Here are five tips to think about when preparing for that day.
... to build up your company. But what’s needed for a successful tear-down meeting?
You bet they are. In fact, you can borrow to pay in time to get the discount and still come out ahead.
You probably get work from past customers and referrals without really trying. Imagine what might happen if you leaned into it.
Complying with OSHA’s safety rules requires planning, training and (most of all) supervision
Some remodelers are having a good year, but there are storm clouds on the horizon
Growth in volume measures growth in transactions, but no one goes into business just to maximize transactions