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Green Alliance

GreenStar, a remodeling project certification organization, recognizes NARI's green professionals in its program. More

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Owens Corning Expands Product Line with Acquisition, Partnership Owens Corning Expands Product Line with Acquisition, Partnership

Look for Owens Corning's logo next to those from Thermafiber and Werner Ladder. More

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The One Way To Resolve Remodelers' Hiring Woes The One Way To Resolve Remodelers' Hiring Woes

Given all the seemingly intractable problems that remodelers face when finding new workers, their best solution is to promote training programs. More

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Worth It: Increasing the Feasibility Fee Better Covers Design Costs

For one Indiana remodeler, clients are willing to pay $1,000 to $1,500 to see if their project is feasible. More

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Adding On: Multiple Small Additions Combine to Satisfy the Homeowner's Needs Adding On: Multiple Small Additions Combine to Satisfy the Homeowner's Needs

Three small additions improve this house's main floor plan, entry, and connection to the backyard. More

Franchise Program Takes the Guesswork Out of Green Remodeling
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Franchise Program Takes the Guesswork Out of Green Remodeling

Colorado builders rejuvenate their business model thanks to a new franchise system... More

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Anderson Manor House Flooring Anderson Manor House Flooring

Commissioned by the Biltmore Estate's licensing division, Manor House flooring is handcrafted of solid oak. More

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Design Workshops: Differentiating Your Company Through Client Education Design Workshops: Differentiating Your Company Through Client Education

These seminars for homeowners focus on the remodeling process and help to promote the company's expertise in design/build and distinguish it from competitors. More

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Atrium Offers RRP Education Webinar

Connor Industry presentation is designed to answer questions and dispel myths about RRP, while considering the business angle. More

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Weatherization Programs Get a Slow Start

Builder groups in Indiana and Minnesota offer two different models for success for states with lagging efforts. More

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