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Make Time for Strategic Planning

Wouldn’t it be great to have the time to really step back, think about your business and make sure that you’re clear on your goals, using the right strategies, and making sure that your team is well-informed and motivated? But we all know that a successful business has too much going on to have time

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To Showroom or Not to Showroom: Questions to Ask

It’s a big step, and for many it’s an important milestone. Opening that showroom — with a retail presence, road visibility, product selections, impressive company signs, office space, and warehouse space can be the right strategy for a growing remodeling company.  At the same time, the cost of acquisition, buildout, staffing, and maintenance can be

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JCHS Lists Top Remodeling Metro Markets: How Does Yours Stack Up?

The Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University crunched the numbers on remodeling spending and identified the top metropolitan markets in the country. The top three metro aren’t that surprising — New York City, Los Angeles, and Chicago — but there are hotbeds of home improvement spending from less-expected places. The second tier includes

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How Do You Measure Up: Benchmarking Net Profit

Information is power, and powerful, when you’re trying to run and grow your remodeling business. So you carefully track your numbers and your data. You can measure your year-to-year progress that way. But how do you stack up against other remodeling companies? To truly gauge where you are now, where you want to be, and

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4 Steps To Better Job Scheduling

It’s a busy time in the remodeling industry, and more of your job leads are bouncing around multiple jobs — whether they’re Lead Carpenters or Project Managers. There are a lot of companies out there where leads are working on three to four jobs at a time, but are struggling to keep all the balls

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5 Key Takeaways From the Harvard JCHS 2019 Report

The Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University just released the Improving America’s Housing 2019 report, and there’s great news in it for remodeling companies. Here’s a look at the key points that will affect your business this year. 1. New Construction Down, Remodeling Up New home building continues to be slow, and 40% of the

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Building Green, Earning Green: Consumers Want Healthier Remodeling

In a new study, researchers at the Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University have identified that consumer interest in healthy home environments is at an all-time high. That interest extends to healthy home remodeling projects. Younger homeowners, those 25-44 years old, are most concerned about their home environment having a negative impact on

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Checking the Economic Forecast for Remodelers in 2019

The remodeling industry is enjoying a business boom and tremendous growth. But there are few warning signs that your roll may slow some in 2019, and there are factors to take into account as you work your business plan this year. Rising prices will complicate the continued growth of the remodeling market — analysts say

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