Warranties

What’s Your Policy on Warranties? It Should Be: ‘It Depends.’
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What’s Your Policy on Warranties? It Should Be: ‘It Depends.’

Know your local laws, buy liability insurance, and don’t go beyond what the... More

Unleash Your Sales and Marketing Superpower: Customer Service
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Unleash Your Sales and Marketing Superpower: Customer Service

Keep clients happy—and your sanity intact—by providing top-notch customer service More

Callback Crunch: Ways to Limit Warranty Woes
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Callback Crunch: Ways to Limit Warranty Woes

Warranty work is inevitable, experienced contractors say. It’s also manageable.... More

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How Warranties Can Help You Sell Roof Work

Long-term workmanship warranties can be a potent marketing and sales tool More

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Remodeling Contracts: Who Bears the Cost of Correcting Hidden Defects?

If you get anxious when it's time to dot the I's and cross the T's in a remodeling contract, you're not aloneóthat's the buzz in the Journal of Light Construction Forums. More

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Long-Term Commitment: GAF Timberline American Harvest Shingles and Lifetime Roofing System Warranty Long-Term Commitment: GAF Timberline American Harvest Shingles and Lifetime Roofing System Warranty

Combine Lifetime shingles and three other GAF accessories for a valuable warranty on an entire roof system. More

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Numbers Game: Remodeling Benchmarks Numbers Game: Remodeling Benchmarks

Benchmarks offer a baseline for companies to evaluate current efforts and establish goals. See how your business compares to the benchmarks from these four remodeling companies. More

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Use Your Construction Warranty to the Benefit of Both Parties
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GMC Compressed Natural Gas Full-Size Vans GMC Compressed Natural Gas Full-Size Vans

Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana full-size vans will be available with a compressed natural gas (CNG) fuel option. More

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Sales School 101: Defending Your Markup

Homeowners know they can find any remodeling component online for less than you need to charge to cover your overhead. Sales expert Michael Lee explains how to sell your added value. More

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