The first part in a series about the next-generation remodeling
workforce, information on general liability insurance, new products for
the remodeling industry and more.
See how other remodelers have coped when unplanned events have
threatened to disrupt their businesses, the second part in the series on
the next-generation workforce and more.
This month features stories on improving the customer experience, drug
screening employees, how remodelers are getting by in a slow market and
This month check out the special section on kitchens and baths with
design ideas and products, a feature on succession planning, tips on
sales and marketing and more.
This month features the Big50 Class of 2008 with profiles on all the
winners, as well as a feature on engineering the customer experience,
ways to identify your business needs and more.
This month, tune in to the stories of business people with unique
beginnings, a special section on outdoor areas information on
sustainability and green practices, and more.
Brush up on your business technology and communication knowledge, see
how some remodelers are handling the work-life balance, check out
innovative new kitchen designs and more.
Our annual listing of manufacturers, products, and professional
associations is only available in print. To find products and
manufacturers online, go to www.ebuild.com.
In this issue: Three young remodelers to watch, this year's Fred Case
Remodeling Entrepreneur of the Year recipient, a feature on dealing with
bottlenecks in your process, and more!
The 2008 Design Awards winners are announced and exemplify the highest
standards of design and excellence in residential and light commercial
remodeling. Also, see the Special Section on Green Remodeling.
This issue contains Remodeling’s 21st annual survey to determine the
payback for common remodeling projects. It reflects the slowdown in the
housing market, but not as drastically as you might expect.
This month's features include: 2008 Wage & Benefit Survey, which
sheds light on current compensation trends and Class Work, which takes a
look at remodelers offering homeowner seminars.