Construction

Get a Grip on New Safety Efforts Get a Grip on New Safety Efforts

As spring construction begins, new programs aim to keep workers in one piece. Read more

Does OSHA Hate Your Safety Program?

Some safety incentive plans could violate OSHA's reporting requirements. Does yours? Read more

How to Work With a Difficult Client

Do you smell trouble with a customer who wants to hire you? REMODELING columnist Paul Winans offers these tips to defuse potential bombs. Read more

What Last Words of Management Advice Would You Give?

What advice would you give for running your business without you? One top remodeler asked his peers that same question recently. Here's some of their collective wisdom. Read more

Design Inspiration for Solar Living From the 2013 Solar Decathlon Design Inspiration for Solar Living From the 2013 Solar Decathlon

Every year the U.S. Department of Energy's Solar Decathlon inspires fresh thinking in solar design. Of the 20 projects entered in this year's competition, take a look at these four designs to see a good cross section of the wide variety of approaches taken. Read more

Should You Pursue Time and Materials Deals? No.

Time and materials contracts are a risky proposition for all but the biggest, replacement contractor-oriented remodelers, Judith Miller argues. Well-run traditional remodelers don't need T&M to succeed--and usually couldn't succeed if they used it. Read more

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