Boise City-Nampa, ID

Brad Hunter on Metrostudy's Annual Housing Study
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Brad Hunter on Metrostudy's Annual Housing Study

Metrostudy has just completed its latest study, covering homebuilder projects all... More

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Lead-Paint Rule Trips Up CA Painting Firm a Second Time

College Works Painting's $39k fine follows a $32.5k penalty More

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Ask for Referrals: Part 4 Ask for Referrals: Part 4

Part 4 of our series on 5 Surefire Ways to Attract More Referrals. More

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Outdoor Remodel Takes in the View Outdoor Remodel Takes in the View

An outdoor kitchen, cozy fireplace, and sandstone patio with hot tub make the most of the outdoors for entertaining in Idaho. More

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No Regrets: Pre-Drywall Inspection No Regrets: Pre-Drywall Inspection

Meeting with clients to review the position of switches, outlets, and other items before drywall is installed. More

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Good, Better, Best: Help Your Sales Reps Identify Quality Leads Good, Better, Best: Help Your Sales Reps Identify Quality Leads

Selling is emotional, but salespeople need to look rationally at the quality of the lead and whether or not it's worth pursuing. More

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Auditing Efficiency: Checklist to Identify Energy-Saving Opportunities Auditing Efficiency: Checklist to Identify Energy-Saving Opportunities

Built Right Renovations uses this checklist as a customer service tool to help homeowners identify where they can save energy ó and money ó and to help position the remodeler as an expert. More

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Making Progress: Ways in Which the Remodeling Industry Must Change Making Progress: Ways in Which the Remodeling Industry Must Change

Let's start with two suggested changes the remodeling industry must make if it wants to see progress when the economy recovers. More

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Local Forecast: Watching Home Sales in Boise

With home values down and home improvement loans hard to come by, Drew Construction, in Boise, Idaho, is waiting for some positive signs to restore consumer confidence. More

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Don't Bank on It Don't Bank on It

Securing financing is getting more personal in the wake of the credit crunch. Remodelers are finding they may need to dig deeper within clients' finances and with their own lending partners. More

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