Three important takeaways from HomeAdvisor's 2020 State of Home Spending report
How transparent do you need to be when estimating remodeling jobs? Some say totally, some not so much.
How a salesman became an inventor who became a business owner that ended up on Shark Tank (and not by application but by request)
Already registered for the in-person event? Here's what you need to know.
Remodeler Michael Anschel explains how leaning on discounts reduces a remodelers value.
After long deliberations, NKBA and NAHB have decided that Design & Construction Week 2021 will be an all-virtual event.
How to give remodeling clients what they need, instead of what they want
NKBA's annual Innovative Showroom Awards (because of the pandemic) are expected to be particularly interesting this year
Mary Kathryn Reese and Jennifer Sherrill of Kitchen Design Concepts talk about remodeling trends business owners need to take note of now.
Chad Hatfield and James Hammel of Alair Homes joined The Weekly to explain why they never use allowances on a project.
In the first step of Lowe’s $25 million commitment to support small businesses, the company is launching a free, augmented video chat service to help Pros manage jobs, without being on the job
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
NARI Chairman Robi Kirsic helps businesses find their way through the global pandemic
Four industry leaders share strategies for effective, profitable leads across multiple platforms
Texting homeowners is an invaluable tool when used correctly. Here are tips for doing it right.
BJ Werzyn, whose company operates in several states, explains how he was able to protect his business in the early days of COVID-19 in the US, and how his executives are using Facebook to stay engaged with worried employees
3 tips for successfully leveraging technology to improve your business
Free estimates hurt your company in multiple ways
It was too much to spend on something that wouldn’t add value to the home