Companies that have taken overhead as low as it can go but are still facing price pressure can look to improved field productivity to preserve profits.
The amount of additional work that needs to be sold to recover discount losses varies depending on target margin.
Several discrepancies have been cleared up in this month's Good Form.
Allison Iantosca describes the business metrics she closely watches to alert her to problems.
The average remodeler posted a 3% net profit in 2011 and took home 6% in owners' compensation, NAHB finds.
Richard Steven describes how using your production schedule as inspiration to create a sales schedule keeps clients and your company on track.
REMODELING's 2009 survey provides you with a baseline for comparing your company with other similar companies.
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