Recent Blog Posts

  • Three Tips to Consider for Your Next Bathroom Remodel

    November 15, 2017
    According to the National Association of Home Builders, bathroom remodels are the most common remodeling projects homeowners will undertake in 2017. To get you started on your own project, here are three helpful tips on how to get the project started and completed with the least amount of trouble.
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  • 7 Innovative Ways to Add Windows into Home Remodels

    November 1, 2017
    It helps a living space feel more expansive and can also improve the mood of the occupants. Adding windows or patio doors into a home can be more than just filling a rectangular space with a piece of glass.
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  • Three Tips to Make Your Clients' Deck Dreams a Reality

    August 1, 2017
    The best way to turn leads into customers is to educate them. In fact, some research has shown that more than half your leads will buy a deck from you if they’re properly educated about their deck options upfront and given time to think them through.
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  • How to Approach a Project Started By Another Contractor

    July 1, 2017
    Sometimes homeowners will contact you about a particular project that is half way completed. Usually the owner is unhappy with the work their current designer or contractor is doing and will ask you to take over and complete the project.
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  • Ways to Generate More Leads for Contractors

    December 15, 2016
    An ongoing challenge for contractors—especially those just starting out— is finding new customers. Generally, by doing your job well and proving your company’s dedication to quality, professionalism and reliability, you are already well on your way to cultivating future work.
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  • 4 Must-Haves for Generating High-Quality Remodeling Leads

    October 1, 2016
    Let me guess. You need more remodeling leads.
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  • What to Watch Out For when Restoring an Old House

    August 15, 2016
    If you are considering an old house for restoration, then you’ve most likely made peace with the fact that there’s a higher level of maintenance required. The good news is, if the house has been properly maintained throughout the years, then the structure may only need minimal work.
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  • Contractor Tips: Go Green with your Remodel

    June 15, 2016
    If you’re planning to tackle a remodeling project, keep in mind that it’s an excellent opportunity to make use of all of the green options available today. When doing so, make sure that you are adding green elements that are both practical and sustainable.
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  • Contractor Tips: Get the Remodel You Want for Less

    June 1, 2016
    Who doesn’t want to get the job done while reducing costs as much as possible? A valid question for either contractors or homeowners. Sadly, this is sometimes achieved by cutting corners, resulting in poor craftsmanship, unhappy customers, or for contractors, tarnished reputations.
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  • Green Building Advantages for Contractors

    May 15, 2016
    A recent McGraw-Hill study indicated that green homeowners are more satisfied and believe that green homes are higher quality, easier to maintain, more efficient, and offer health benefits. Studies report that home buyers are willing to pay for these benefits when purchasing their homes.
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