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At times, the future outcomes of our decisions weigh heavily and require diligent thought before making a decisive move.
Award-winning builders share their process for making happy customers.
In today’s remodeling market, establishing client relationships and maintaining them over the long-term is a difficult, yet attainable goal. Professional Remodeler’s Tom Swartz talked to...
There is an evolution taking place in the remodeling industry. As the market changes, smart business owners are adapting to the new economy.
While most of my business advice pertains to what you do or think about during the workday, sometimes a better question to ask is: “What keeps you up at night?” Or, more accurately, what wakes you...
A good friend of mine who is also a 40-year veteran of the construction industry has taught me a lot about relationships over the past few years. He has been a tireless advocate of relationships...
As the housing market bounces back, more builders are certain to face a scarcity in qualified contractors and laborers. Here are 10 ways to protect your business from the coming labor shortage.
If you had a chance to do it over, would you enter the home improvement business again? And, if so, what advice would you give someone starting out today?
The Wills Company snares the top honor for this Nashville outdoor living space
I recently was a judge that reviewed hundreds of awards entries in a day in a half. It was a great experience, and I took away some learned lessons. I wanted to share with you some of my insights...
Two apps gaining traction and now being used by many remodelers are Houzz for creating design ideas and Pinterest.
After more than a quarter century of catering to the high-end move-up market in Memphis, Vintage Homes turns its business model upside down to target a more lucrative segment — first-time buyers...
With a fanatical fixation on continuous improvement, DSLD Homes has been able to maintain quality and customer satisfaction through extreme periods of growth.
By putting their employees first, on-your-lot builder Wayne Homes has created a culture of treating both internal and external customers right.
Three-time NHQ Award-winner Charter Homes & Neighborhoods shares the lessons from their three-year quality journey.
As the housing market comes back to life, a growing number of builders are experiencing a dearth of skilled contractors. And no one in Washington seems to care.
Thinking long term is not an option. Your clients want you to dream, and your team wants you to begin to dream again.
Our PRIME advisory panel includes some of the remodeling industry’s best marketers. This month we asked about their No. 1 marketing tactic or strategy. Here are the top three responses.
If you take some inventory of your team, it will help you understand the great factor.
The 40 young AEC professionals featured represent the Class of 2012 in Professional Remodeler’s “40 Under 40” competition.