Anticipating what can go wrong keeps profit margins intact.
Show prospective customers what makes your decks worth the price.
Successfully selling goods and services to the demographic group of younger Americans known as millennials takes more than conventional marketing techniques. Social media and mobile-friendly access to information are two keys, Forbes contributor Jayson DeMers explains.
Aerial drones that can capture still and video images from aloft are growing more common on construction sites, especially among bigger residential builders. Overall, 22% of the builders polled by the National Association of Home Builders said they had used a drone, but among those who started 100...
The FAA has adopted new regulations for recreational drones, including a registration requirement for models weighing as little as 1/2-pound.
Learn from the pros at the 2nd annual Deck Photography Workshop, to be held at Zion National Park immediately following the 2016 International Builders' Show.
Deck builders report that very few uncapped composite decking products are still available, an observation that is confirmed by Principia's latest Residential Decking and Railing Report.
You don't have to hire a pro to get great photos of your best projects
You can polish up your company's image with minimal expense by using better business cards and more signs with your company's logo
Showing prospective customers nighttime photos of your illuminated deck projects will help convert them into clients
Pros and DIYers are welcome on this industry-sponsored online forum, where frequent participants can earn points towards tools
Decking manufacturer MoistureShield announces a new marketing program with online review site Angie's List.
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