Product Selection Manager

Why You Can't Afford to Neglect the Selections Process
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Why You Can't Afford to Neglect the Selections Process

Product selections quickly can become unwieldy and inefficient if improperly... More

Easy Solutions for Homeowners' Shoulda, Coulda, Wouldas
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Easy Solutions for Homeowners' Shoulda, Coulda, Wouldas

Real Simple magazine asked their readers what they wish they had known before a... More

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7 Benefits of Pre-Staging Projects

Ordering and checking materials before setting a start date is well worth the effort. Here's why. More

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Buy and Boost: Buying a Kitchen and Bath Company Buy and Boost: Buying a Kitchen and Bath Company

To grow the company, remodeler purchases a kitchen and bath company, moves its showroom, and enhances product lines. More

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Calling the Option: Value Engineering a Remodeling Project Calling the Option: Value Engineering a Remodeling Project

Working with clients to identify alternatives product selections helps Red Apple Renovations come in on budget. More

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Designed for Business: There Are Benefits to Creating a Showroom ó Even During the Recession Designed for Business: There Are Benefits to Creating a Showroom ó Even During the Recession

A new showroom helps Morrell Builders both redefine the selections process for clients and educate them about design/build, while differentiating the remodeler from competitors. More

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Come Buy With Me: Building Materials, Purchased Direct Come Buy With Me: Building Materials, Purchased Direct

Frustrated with product shortages, high markups, and long lead times and delivery delays, growing numbers of remodelers are rethinking their ordering practices. More

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Lookalike Products, Trying Times: Tips for Remodelers from a Building Materials Pro Lookalike Products, Trying Times: Tips for Remodelers from a Building Materials Pro

Short-sighted efforts to save money and install products quickly can get remodelers into trouble. Building supply dealer Craig Coleman offers these timely insights for residential remodelers. More

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How to transition projects successfully from design to construction

In a sloppy or rushed handoff, details worked out by the designer and expected by the client can get lost like sand through the boards of a deck. Although a flawless handoff is key to a successful project, the foundations for it are laid long before the pre-construction meeting when the actual handoff typically occurs. More

Mastering product selection
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Mastering product selection

A remodeled kitchen or bath is usually a dream come true for your client. So you'd... More

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