The Reline Answer Book

Find the answers to the most commonly asked questions regarding pipe reline and rehabilitation in this informative eBook.

Get Whitepaper

Infographic: 8 Questions to Help You Drive LBM Business Growth Through Better Data Analytics

The best business management software provides real-time data and insights—helping leaders reduce costs and make strategic decisions. Consider these eight questions for your lumber and building materials business. Can your current system support your growth goals?

Get Whitepaper

EBook: Driving LBM Business Growth With Better Data

Business Intelligence (BI) refers to a range of software applications that are used to analyze raw data and support the important function of business analytics. Today’s business management systems come equipped with powerful analytics tools that can enable insights into your organization and positively impact growth.

With better data, your lumber and building materials (LBM) business can reduce costs, identify new opportunities, develop targeted strategies, and improve decision making.

Get Whitepaper

Achieving Growth During a Labor Shortage

There’s a shortage of labor in the lumber and building materials (LBM) industry. If you’re an LBM dealer or distributor not affected by the labor shortage, chances are your customers—or your peers—are. It has created opportunities for businesses to find creative ways to do more with less. Technology is proving to be a valuable asset, and is helping dealers and distributors position themselves as the manufacturers and suppliers of choice for their customers. In this eBook see how this labor shortage came about and look at the impact it’s had on the industry.

Get Whitepaper

How to Outperform in an Era of LBM Sales Growth

Discover strategies and tools used by top LBM dealers and distributors to capitalize on periods of growth to become more efficient, more profitable, and better positioned competitively. If your business isn’t growing faster than your competitors’ business, you’re losing market share. And it’s relative growth that counts - because relative growth impacts your purchasing power, customer perception, and competitive positioning.

Get Whitepaper

How to Know When You’ve Outgrown Your Current Software Solution

If you’ve started to think your lumber and building materials (LBM) supply business could be getting more from your software solution, then this document may provide some food for thought. The relationship between your business and your software solution are clear. Software system upgrades are not decisions to take lightly. Read these 10 indicators that you have outgrown your current solution and ready to move on to a new option.

Get Whitepaper

Seven Steps to Achieving Loyal LBM Customers

It makes good business sense to treat your customers well and keep them coming back. It’s likely no secret to you that loyal customers are important to the success of your LBM business. What you may not know is that small changes in your behavior can have a huge impact. Using data and capabilities of this industry leading business management software can improve customer experience and, consequently, customer loyalty.

Get Whitepaper

Increasing Sales Performance Using Mobile Technologies

Mobile sales technologies can turn go-betweens into top sales people. For most lumber and building materials (LBM) dealers and distributors, their outside sales people are critical to the success of their company. As the company’s eyes and ears on jobsites, outside sales people often find opportunities and foster the company’s relationships with key contractors and builders, architects and other construction supply companies.

Get Whitepaper

Addressing Moisture and Temperature Concerns in Unvented Attics that Have Spray Foam Insulation

Unvented attic construction using spray foam insulation is a fairly new approach in home building. With it the orientation and type of insulation applied to the top of the building enclosure has changed from the traditional way. Temperature and moisture conditions experienced by various assembly elements will be impacted. In this whitepaper, we will address concerns some in the building industry have expressed with this construction approach.

Get Whitepaper

Where Tomorrow Lives – The Future of Health and Well-Being at Home

This white paper, inspired by the BUILDER KB Home ProjeKt identifies opportunities to design, develop and market homes focused on creating healthier, more comfortable homes that contribute to overall improved well-being for the occupants.
The research in the paper analyzes data to demonstrate how healthier housing is and will continue to be a prime business opportunity.

Get Whitepaper