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What the Updated International Energy Conservation Code Means for You
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What the Updated International Energy Conservation Code Means for You

The IECC has been updated and is sure to affect the remodeling industry. To what... Read more

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Pros Who Know: Tap Manufacturers and Suppliers for Training

Turn to product experts to train your crews on correct product installation and to boost your employees' product knowledge. Read more

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Empower and Lead: Encouraging Employee Autonomy

ANDY HANNAN on what's to be gained by communicating decision-making authority to employees and subcontractors. Read more

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Nobody's Perfect: How to Apologize to a Client Nobody's Perfect: How to Apologize to a Client

It's inevitable that there will be mistakes made on a remodeling project. How you and your staff handle those errors makes all the difference to your clients' happiness and your company's reputation. Read more

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Roadmap to Success: The Importance of Effective Scheduling Roadmap to Success: The Importance of Effective Scheduling

Schedules provide a snapshot of active, completed, and future tasks. Don't underestimate how important effective scheduling is to your success. Read more

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Andy Hannan: Fresh Start Andy Hannan: Fresh Start

What will your company look like in 2011? Can you organize your company to operate more efficiently and make small jobs pay? Read more

A Foot on The Brake: On Hiring, Remodelers Proceed With Caution
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A Foot on The Brake: On Hiring, Remodelers Proceed With Caution

The new remodeling HR is slow and cautious to hire. And remodelers have surprised... Read more

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Remodelers Sort Through Questions as Energy Audits Gain Steam Remodelers Sort Through Questions as Energy Audits Gain Steam

Between the home energy tax credits and the ongoing energy bill debate, there may be no better time for remodelers to consider offering energy audits. Read more

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Remodeling Trade Partners and the ARRA Remodeling Trade Partners and the ARRA

Itís never been more important to work with knowledgeable trade contractors. Hereís how to get them on board the green bandwagon ñ without letting them go overboard. Read more

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Tips for Evaluating Unsolicited Job Inquiries Tips for Evaluating Unsolicited Job Inquiries

Even though his company may not be currently hiring, Andy Hannan of Mark IV Builders prioritizes unsolicited job inquiries and follows up. Read more

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