Aging in Place

25 U.S. Markets Where the Disabled Are Best Able to Pay for Renovations
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25 U.S. Markets Where the Disabled Are Best Able to Pay for Renovations

Are your pro customers missing out on these sales opportunities? More

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Housing's Next Growth Likely to Feature Different Drivers

A pair of housing experts both forecast a slow, steady revival of home building through 2015, but they also warned to pay attention to shifts in buyer demographics. More

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Housing's Next Growth Will Feature Different Drivers, Experts Say

A pair of housing experts forecast a slow, steady revival of home building through 2015, but they also warned attendees at a Hanley Wood conference to pay attention to shifts in buyer demographics if they hope to profit from the market's revival. More

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Organize Your Day To Achieve Maximum Sales

Top Gun sales rep Jackie Allmond shows how to use computer versions of age-old tools to get the most sales out of the time invested. More

Andy Haase, Shell Lumber & Hardware, Miami
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Andy Haase, Shell Lumber & Hardware, Miami

Miami's Shell Lumber sells primarily to renovators by day and bustles during its... More

Creating Accessible Homes
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Creating Accessible Homes

Mention accessibility and most contractors are apt to imagine grab bars, curbless... More

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American Woodmark Improves Net Loss in Fiscal 2Q

American Woodmark Corp. more than halved its net loss, from the same period a year ago, to $2.9 million in its fiscal second quarter. The kitchen cabinet manufacturer and distributor, whose brands include Timberlake and Waypoint Living Spaces, also reported a 19% increase in net sales to $128.4 million. More

A Little Function-ality
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A Little Function-ality

A poor housing market has left little love for special function rooms and space in... More

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In Brief: October 2011

This month's notable events. More

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7 Trends Shaping America's Homes

October traditionally is the time when, now that the summer business frenzy has ebbed, you can spare a few minutes from daily concerns, look to the future, and ask "What's Next?" We've been asking that question, too. This month, we report on seven trends that we believe will influence what and how you'll sell. Some trends will take years before they become big deals. Others will have an impact as early as January. All deserve to be tracked on your personal radar. More

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