To get rich slow in remodeling, you must excel in five areas.
Don't assume the people for whom you have done great work in the past have gone through some metamorphosis.
Trade associations have the organizational structure to properly represent the industry's needs.
When you are dealing with a lead who is asking for too much or wants things to be done too quickly, it is time to upgrade.
What needs to be done to this client’s home to make it safer, more functional and aesthetically pleasing—given the clinic look is not an option?
Now is the time for all of us to push for organization, membership and clout.
If anyone out there believes you make a meaningful sale without establishing rapport with the client, I have a bridge to sell you. Rapport comes not from one or two things you might have said but rather from a presence or confidence you have.
The strength of handyman services supports the opportunity for moderate growth with companies with in-house multitasking capabilities.
You are the expert on how much to mark up costs to make your business successful
Small business processes, systems and procedures may work well but they can be evaluated and improved
Qualified Remodeler columnist Mike MM Weiss gives advice on running your remodeling business
Grading Your Association
Qualified Remodeler columnist Mike Weiss gives advice to remodelers on running their business
Qualified Remodeler columnist Mike Weiss talks gives advice on running your remodeling business and liens
Qualified Remodeler columnist Mike Weiss gives advice on running your remodeling business
Qualified Remodeler Columnist Mike Weiss gives advice on running your remodeling business and when to ask for the order
Qualified Remodeler columnist Mike Weiss gives advice on running a remodeling business
Mike Weiss gives advice on running a remodeling business
Not knowing why you don’t get a job may cause you to lose the next one as well