Texas Swimming Pool Builders Report – October 2016

In October, there were more than 700 new swimming pool permits in Texas with a total value exceeding $37M added to the HBW database. Since we last reviewed swimming pool construction in Texas (July), there has been close to a 30% … Continue reading

Preparing Your Marketing for the New Year

The end of the year brings a new opportunity to strengthen your marketing efforts so that you can get ahead in 2017. Depending on your business, the holiday season may bring your sales into an upswing, or it may feel more … Continue reading

Gearing Up for the Holiday Deals

The holiday season is a perfect time to send holiday wishes and new promotions to your prospects and customers. Thanksgiving is just a few short days away, and as with every holiday season, so begins the shopping season.  Although retailers … Continue reading

HBW Report: Florida Residential Construction Review – October 2016

Out of the nearly 5,000 new residential construction permits in Florida that were added to the HBW database last month, Orlando and Southwest Florida continued to lead for total housing starts. The HBW database is teeming with new permits and … Continue reading

7 Tips for Effective Follow-up

When it comes to contacting leads, proper and effective follow-up is the key to success. HBW subscribers have an ongoing and growing list of leads at their fingertips.  With so many leads, it is easy to lose track of contacts … Continue reading

Texas Residential Construction Spikes in October

With close to 6,300 housing starts, Texas residential construction experienced a 25% month-over-month increase in October. Looking at the line graph above, new residential construction in Texas is clearly climbing, with October being one of the best months this year … Continue reading

Florida New Swimming Pool Construction Update – September 2016

Just as the temperatures are dropping in Florida, new pool construction experienced a month-over-month dip in September. Although new swimming pool construction in Florida was slower in September than August, there was still plenty of new activity across the state, … Continue reading