Total sales by the ProSales 100 dropped 48% from 2005 to 2009, but since then they’ve risen by 14%. And while there’s a strong correlation between ProSales 100 members’ sales and the rise and fall of housing starts, they don’t move in lockstep. The business that dealers get from remodelers and retail customers are two likely reasons why. Meanwhile, there’s been a decline since 2008 in the share of sales and of facilities that are taken up by the top 10 members of the ProSales 100.