NARI.ORG— New look Attracts New Visitors

The National Association of the Remodeling Industry unveiled it’s updated website in January. In addition to a new look, the website is divided between a consumer portal and an industry side.

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30 Little Ways To Differentiate Yourself From Your Competition

Kyle Hunt, from Remodel Your Marketing, put together this clever list of ways that remodelers can be remarkable, wow clients, and build a business you are proud of.

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Remodeling Business Pulse: 4th Quarter 2014 Results

In January 2015, the National Association of the Remodeling Industry’s (NARI) released its fourth-quarter Remodeling Business Pulse (RBP) data of current and future remodeling business conditions that continue to point to growth.

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NARI’s Newly Certified Pro’s

A certification identifies remodelers as dedicated professionals and acknowledges personal achievements, improves level of practice and identifies them as an industry leader.

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A New Year – A New Start

Now that a new year is upon us, it’s time to evaluate or re-evaluate our goals and plans for our lives and our businesses.

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Handing It Off to the Next Generation: Dale’s Remodeling

Dale’s Remodeling holds much more meaning to our family than just a way to earn a living, it is a family legacy born from a request my grandparents had of my father, and one that he is now sharing with me.

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2015 NARI Chapter Grant Program Winners

We are thrilled to announce the winners of the new 2015 NARI Chapter Grant Program!  With an expectation of 10-15 submissions, we were ecstatic when we received 52 applications from 22 chapters. Thank you to all of the chapters and their volunteers who took the time to put together an entry and to the Membership Committee for assuring that the initiative was implemented.

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Newly Certified NARI Pros

Hats off to our newly certified pros who recently became certified. A certification identifies remodelers as dedicated professionals and acknowledges personal achievements, improves level of practice and identifies them as an industry leader.

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Selling Your Business: Getting from Here to There

In my last article, I discussed the need to have a viable business to place on the market for sale. Shining It Up. Like the sale of a home, first impressions are critical. I have heard that when selling a house, $5,000 spent in interior cosmetic improvements and landscaping before it goes on the market will sometimes net $50,000 additional value on the sale.



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A New Year, A Changing Home-Improvement Paradigm

I recently kicked off the new year with a meeting with our stone suppliers. An important topic came up during this meeting that we often ponder: What is new in this business, and how are we adapting?

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