If you're trying to make a living in residential remodeling or specialty work, it's important to know what the general public is being told about you. Read more about Finding a Trustworthy Contractor
We get questions from both homeowners and contractors about clients furnishing their own materials. Contractors want to know if they should get involved with an owner who wants to do that. Owners want to know why the contractor wants to charge a markup on the materials. Read more about Owners Supplying Their Own Materials
Michael Stone's 7 minute webinar with 7 ideas on being more profitable. Read more about 7 Practices to Make Your Business Profitable
If you missed our webinar earlier this week with Brian Javeline of MyOnlineToolbox.com, 15 Website Lead Ideas in 20 Minutes, the recording is available here. Read more about Website Ideas for Contractors - 15 Website SEO Ideas
Many of our website visitors aren't contractors, they’re clients looking for help with a Cost Plus project gone wrong, or wondering if their contractor is overcharging. Read more about How Much Should a Contractor Charge?
Intent to lien - payment schedules - contract language. Common problems contractors experience on jobs. Read more about Remodeling Contracts - Intent to Lien, Payment Schedules
When you are looking for employees, your advertising should include the caveat that speaking, reading and writing English as a job requirement. Read more about Employee Issues - Speaking English
Whenever you get two people together, there's the chance of a disagreement. Read more about Friction on the Job - or in the office