Salt Lake City, UT

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

Tight Lies: Regular Worker or Independent Contractor?
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Tight Lies: Regular Worker or Independent Contractor?

Two federal agencies and 14 states have stepped up efforts this year to find and... More

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Trash Talk: How to Set up a Jobsite Recycling Program Trash Talk: How to Set up a Jobsite Recycling Program

Jobsite recycling is an idea whose time has come. Here are some tips to help you set up your company's recycling program. More

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Forward Thinking: Family-Friendly Remodel in Utah

Updating the fa¡ade and reconfiguring the floor plan to comfortably accommodate the lifestyle of a large family. More

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Apple of My i: Advantages of Using the iPad in Client Presentations Apple of My i: Advantages of Using the iPad in Client Presentations

Some remodelers and their salespeople are embracing the iPad as a more powerful presentation tool. More

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Value-Driven Luxury: Even High-End Clients Are Demanding More for Less Value-Driven Luxury: Even High-End Clients Are Demanding More for Less

Upscale consumers know it's a great time to buy property and remodel, but they are being more picky and want more for their money. More

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Have a Seat: Making the Most of Small Spaces to Provide Cozy Kitchen Seating

The banquette: A design idea for maximizing seating in a small space. More

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High-Stakes Bidding: Even Upscale Clients Are Asking for Competitive Bids High-Stakes Bidding: Even Upscale Clients Are Asking for Competitive Bids

In this tough economy, high-end clients are asking for bids and high-end remodelers are having to adjust. More

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ServiceMagic Reveals National and Regional Home Improvement Trends

Homeowners and service providers are optimistic about 2009 as survey identifies drivers behind home improvement projects. More

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Insulated concrete forms

Robert Myers of Icon Remodeling in Salt Lake City likes to stay on the cutting edge when it comes to new products. He thinks that Eco Block Insulated Concrete Forms (ICF) might be the next big thing. The forms consist of expanded polystyrene (EPS) panels onto which a contractor adds reinforcing steel and concrete. After the concrete hardens, the forms remain as insulation for the walls. More

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