The Replacement 100

2013

2013

The companies on the Replacement 100 are bigger than their full-service counterparts and are more aggressive in marketing and selling. They spend three or four times as much revenue on marketing as the average business — even the average remodeling business.

2012

2012

Our annual list of the home improvement industry's largest companies, ranked by volume.

Cousins Jeff and Adam Kaliner (glasses) of Power Home Remodeling Group's headquarters in Chester, PA

2011

A list of the nation's largest companies and what some of them are doing to reinvent their approach to product, the customer and marketing.

In 2006, Harley Magden (right) and his brother, Aaron, started their window company, Window Nation, ranked 37 on this year's Replacement 100 list.

2010

Our list of the 100 largest companies in the home improvement industry, including roofing, siding, and window firms as well as those that do short-cycle jobs inside the house.

2009

2009

Our annual list of the industry's biggest companies sees some changes.

2008

2008

The industry's best and biggest companies adjust to a slow-growth economy.

2007

2007

Marketing costs are up, up, up, and more companies are turning to the Web and looking for new products.

2006

2006

More and more home improvement companies look to past customers and unsold contacts for future business.

2005

2005

Leads today cost more. No surprise there. This year, some 55% of the Replacement 100 report increased lead costs, with just 9% of respondents saying lead costs fell.

2004

2004

For many on this year's Replacement 100 list, the question is: Where will leads come from now? And if those leads are different, in quality and quantity, how will that affect the sales process?

Find out who made this year's The Replacement 100!
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