David Lupberger

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What to Put on a Lead Sheet: Two Experts' Advice

Too many remodelers commit to projects with too little information at hand to know whether the job should ever have been bid,�Paul Winans�and�David Lupberger�say. Their solution: Develop a lead sheet and use it as part of a process to determine whether the client's project should qualify on your list of potential jobs. More

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Online Leads: An Informal Q&A with ServiceMagic

To address some of remodelersí most frequent misgivings toward the Internet lead giant, we posed a few questions to David Lupberger, ServiceMagicís home improvement expert. More

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Lead-Generation Services: Make Me a Match Lead-Generation Services: Make Me a Match

Many full-service and design/build remodelers are inclined to try lead providers ó once. More

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Hard deadlines complicate challenging projects

Years in the planning, the nearly 6,000-square-foot, copper-clad, one-of-a-kind modern home had months to go before completion when architect and general contractor Travis Price learned that the clients planned to host their daughter's wedding reception there. More

Establishing a few basic expectations during the sales process
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Establishing a few basic expectations during the sales process

Things invariably go wrong during remodeling projects, and the more complicated... More

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Managing Tough Customers

It goes against everything we've always been taught: It's not about fine craftsmanship. For demanding clients, masterful design and brilliant execution are not enough to save a job from unraveling. More

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Online Business Seminars

At a time when most students across the country have just been let out of school, remodelers are just getting started. In May, the first course was held at Remodelers University, a phone-based training program for smaller companies that are focused on growth. More

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