Communication is an important part of any business.
Companies often struggle to keep clients, trade contractors and employees synchronized on a project.
Reconnecting Two Kitchen Spaces Opens Up a World of Design Possibilities
The federal government mandated in the late ’90s that all states establish programs to evaluate, measure and improve energy inefficiency and energy usage within buildings, including residential structures.
Von Salmi lends expert advice to remodelers on when to call in a construction forensic specialist
An Architect Re-creates a Shack into a Pool House Worthy of its Estate
NARI Recertifcation offers NARI members a chance to earn CEUs by reading an article and taking a test online
There are Ways to Benefit From the New Lead Rule
Joe Zieba, CGR, CAPS, CGBP, and Karen Zieba, CAPS, of Zieba Builders, Inc., Long Beach, Calif., reach out to the community and rebrand themselves to remain successful as volume declines
David Callahan lends his expertise on how remodelers can best manage their labor costs
Break-Even Sales Volume
Yvette Jones offers her insight on how remodelers can track their marketing efforts in the May 2010 NARI recertification column
As homeowners are less concerned with what’s on their roof, they are focused on the roof’s value
Tim Lawrence of Blue Ridge Home Improvement has been chosen as the NAHB Remodeler of the Month for April 2010
Remodeling clients are becoming more discerning with their appliance purchases making sure they get what they want at a price that is right
With money being tight, remodelers are looking for vehicles that will make their jobs easier
NARI Recertification column on what remodelers should be thinking about to get ready for tax time
Jon Minnick talks to experts on the best way to use internet marketing for a remodeling business
Your Next Work Truck