The popularity of aging-in-place remodeling projects is increasing among baby boomers. Unfortunately, not all distributors are stepping up to meet this
Are manufacturers keeping the aging-in-place market in mind when designing products? The answer: Yes. Door, window and hardware manufacturers are designing for the baby boomer demographic.
Distributors and dealers are facing challenges with a downturn in the housing market. Lummus Supply Co. is surviving the downturn by focusing and servicing high-end
A World of
Face it. A big part of the building industry is about wood and wood-related products. So it only makes sense to attend this yearís AWFS in Las Vegas.
Stock it Up
Take note: Customers like to find outdoor products in stock when they walk through the door. Making sure plenty of product is in stock is challenging for both distributors and dealers.
ON THE COVER
Many baby boomers would rather modify their homes and stay in them instead of moving into assisted living communities. Thatís why the aging-in-place concept is on the rise, and why distributors and dealers should start focusing on this market segment.
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