Dayton, OH

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Monitor Lead Safe Renovation To Assure Compliance

Qualified field supervision is key to complying with lead regulations. More

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Staying on Point During the Recession

Columnist Rick Provost advises remodelers not to accept jobs outside their company's sweet spot just to make a sale. More

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From Salesperson to Sales Manager ó Transitioning to a New Role

You may be a veteran when it comes to selling, but moving from remodeling sales to being a sales manager entails taking on a new set of responsibilities. More

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Profile of Gary Porter

REMODELING profiles Gary Porter, owner of G.A. Porter Construction of Dayton, Ohio More

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Regime Change

When Jack Kostak bought All-Seal Home Improvement in 1990, the company was one of many low-profile, mom-and-pop window and siding operations in Dayton, Ohio. Sales were $1.1 million. Today All-Seal, with three showrooms, is the biggest locally-based replacement contractor in that city (population 950,000), with $6 million in annual sales. More

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Double Duty

A design center in Dayton, Ohio, welcomes both remodeling and new construction clients to choose products in a single showroom location. More

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Urbieta Construction is a Dayton success story

Juan and Carmen Urbieta share a successful remodeling company and a persistent,... More

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Handling the company's books

Who handles daily updates of the books at your company and why? More

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Plastic Please
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The Full Package

Jack Kostak gives his salespeople a package with everything but a bow on it. Compensation at Kostak's All-Seal Home Improvement, in Dayton, Ohio, includes not only commission but a salary, 401(k) plan, health insurance, life insurance, short-term disability insurance, two weeks of paid vacation, six paid holidays, car allowance, gas card, and a cell phone. More

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