From aesthetics to functionality, fiberglass exterior doors are great for building and remodeling projects of all budgets.
Requests to replace doors are on the rise. Here are the latest trends you need to know.
What sets these styles apart, plus door and window recommendations for creating these looks for your clients.
Contemporary to farmhouse to traditional home designs are known to feature black elements, from window frames to doors and light fixtures. But black windows and doors can complement a wider range of home styles and offer a timeless aesthetic. Adding black details to the interior and exterior of a home isn’t a new concept, but the trend is currently at its peak – and we can understand why! This dark neutral color adds contrast, highlights natural materials, grounds a design, and makes a statement when it comes to curb appeal. But why should you consider this trend? Black windows and doors have actually been trending for decades, meaning they’re not a fleeting trend at all. Here are 3 reasons you should consider black windows and doors for home design: 1. Black window frames and doors naturally add contrast Whether you choose a traditional window frame, exterior door, or interior door…
Data shows that customers are expecting contactless services for years to come. For builders and contractors, that means effective communication through virtual tools will be critical to business success. Here are practical tips for taking the customer-facing parts of your business online. Like what you see? Read more here
Rather than move, more homeowners are now looking to transform the homes they’re already in. Here are some of today’s most wanted remodeling trends – the upgrades your customers are looking for, based on a survey of nearly one thousand homeowners. Like what you see? Read more here
The demographic of the average American homeowner is slowly changing. It can be difficult for builders to stay ahead of constantly changing purchasing trends. Who is making the bulk of the home purchases now and are they finding what they want? Here are the top demographics and what you need to know to stay ahead of the changing demographic curve. A report published by the National Association of REALTORS revealed that millennials accounted for the largest portion of home sales in 2018 at 36 percent of all purchases. Baby boomers followed closely by accounting for 32 percent of home sales. Generation X bought 26 percent, and the smallest demographic of home buyers were 72 and older at 6 percent. So, how does this change affect the current inventory of homes and the future of residential construction? To better understand, you can examine the changes from a generational standpoint. Millennials Millennials,…