In a time of ever-changing raw materials prices, what can you do to keep moving your residential construction business forward? Here are six easy ways you can keep growing your company in a volatile market.
With professional support, you can scale your construction business, grow your team, and add more trucks to your fleet. Read these four tips on how you can start taking your company to the next level.
If a client Googles your company, what will they find? In a world that is primarily digital, those first brand experiences speak loudly about your professionalism and reputation in your local market. Here are best practices for growing your general contracting business.
Gerry Henley, VP of Franchise for Color World Housepainting, shares how networking and building relationships in the industry helps to grow a construction business.
Stainless steel and plexiglass, once innovative building materials, are now standard building materials. But what new building materials will revolutionize the construction industry? In this post, we survey 15 bleeding-edge materials that will change the way construction is done.
Mastering construction jargon can take a lifetime but it doesn’t have to. We’ve gathered together the 100 most important construction terms you should know so you can begin to take your business to the next level.
Curious about adaptive reuse? In our latest Builder Spotlight, we interview David Librush, a founder of MDM builders Group, who is using adaptive reuse to rejuvenate downtown Los Angeles
Contractors who are serious about surviving the instability and growing their business are adopting the latest technology tools to get ahead of the competition. That’s where 1build comes in.
Estimating sucks...time. Here are four helpful tips to gain back time for family, a hobby, and managing other aspects of your business.
When you're bidding a hot project and you need exact pricing for specific lighting fixtures, there really is no better way than going directly to the source. Here are three steps to help you do just that.