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Boral Bricks 17th Century Bricks Collection Boral Bricks 17th Century Bricks Collection

Created the "old-fashioned way," formed in a sand-dusted wooden box, no two bricks in the 17th Century Bricks collection are exactly alike. More

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Rocky Mountain Hardware Briggs Collection Rocky Mountain Hardware Briggs Collection

The Briggs Collection represents a complete line of door hardware and accessories that combine artistic hand-carved designs and sand-casting experience. More

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A Steep Hill to Climb: Small-Business Unemployment Still High

Recent research indicates that small-business employment numbers are still in the red. More

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AERT MoistureShield Vantage Collection Composite Decking AERT MoistureShield Vantage Collection Composite Decking

MoistureShield Vantage Collection composite decking balances performance and cost, while offering recycled content. More

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Ainsworth PointSix OSB Flooring Ainsworth PointSix OSB Flooring

Engineered to accommodate the effects of swelling due to moisture expansion, pointSix OSB Flooring features a patented tapered-edge technology. More

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AERT EcoShield Deck Tiles AERT EcoShield Deck Tiles

Suitable for installation on patios, verandas, rooftops, or almost any level concrete or gravel surface, EcoShield Deck Tiles are constructed of a wood-plastic composite. More

Open-Book Management Increases Profits, Makes Employees Accountable
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Open-Book Management Increases Profits, Makes Employees Accountable

As varied as remodeling company owners are, they share several personality traits.... More

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Keep record of subcontractor's insurance

Keeping up with subcontractors' insurance records can be a burden for a small remodeling company. More

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Seeking permission to use neighboring properties

Sometimes, to access your jobsite you have to use someone else's property. Project neighbors might not take kindly to this, as Dylan Wadlington, owner of Wadlington Remodeling, Pine Grove Mills, Pa., found out. But the remodeler was able to save his reputation with a simple procedure. More

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Putting the wisdom of crowds to use

Every time you use the search engine Google, you're putting the wisdom of crowds to use. Google's proprietary algorithm surveys Web links and treats every link as a kind of “vote.” It gives more weight to linking pages that are themselves important by virtue of the number of “votes” they get, then aggregates the results into a prioritized list that usually contains exactly what you were looking for. More

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