Columbus, OH

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One Remodeler's Home Tour Brings in Leads

George Cleary, owner of The Cleary Company in Columbus, Ohio, talks about the success of his recent tour of homes his company remodeledóincluding Cleary's own. More

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Residential Remodeling Index (RRI) Top 20 Markets Preview

Numerous factors have helped these 20 cities climb to the top of our annual report. Is your city on the list? More

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Fire Seen: Warming up the Master Bath With a Fireplace

A master bath remodel that combines earth, fire, and water. More

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Good Word: How to Reward Clients Who Get You New Business Good Word: How to Reward Clients Who Get You New Business

It takes work to create a referral reward system and work to sustain it. But the experience of many contractors shows that a well-designed and consistently managed system regularly yields leads. More

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Head Count: Planning for Staff Cuts Head Count: Planning for Staff Cuts

A plan tied to key metrics can help you handle staff cuts. Having the plan in place in advance can help you make rational decisions when the pressure is on. More

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Getting Ahead: The Value of Joining a Peer Review Group Getting Ahead: The Value of Joining a Peer Review Group

A peer group proves invaluable for this mix of home improvement pros, allowing full-service remodelers and replacement contractors to share business advice and best practices. More

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Ohio State's Solar House I

From its barn siding to its locally sourced materials, OSUís Solar Decathlon entry channels the Buckeye State inside and out. More

Ask the Expert: How Do You Keep Cut Credit Lines From Crashing Projects?
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Ask the Expert: How Do You Keep Cut Credit Lines From Crashing Projects?

Ways to deal with clients' reduced credit lines and still make remodeling projects... More

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2009 Remodeling 550: Replacement Contractors

The specialty services companies of the Remodeling 550 specialize in replacing exterior components and generating leads. More

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Getting the Word Out

It's been a lousy few years for the residential replacement window industry. So when the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act was signed into law, and tax credits for energy-efficient home improvements were made available, window replacement contractors wasted no time getting the word out. More

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