Durham, NC

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Busines How-To: Paper or Plastic? Accepting Credit Card Payments

Should your business accept credit cards or not? More

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Green Remodeling Project Educates Staff, Builders, and the Community

This award-winning educational remodeling project in North Carolina follows LEED and local green guidelines. More

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Republic Uproar

A Chicago window supplier's demise sets off unexpected repercussions. More

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Recycling opportunities are growing

After a recent demolition, though, the remodeler found himself with huge steel girders and other scrap metal that he knew he had no use for. He called 20 different people to offer it for free, before he found someone willing to salvage it. More

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Spread the green word

Once you've challenged yourself to be the greenest remodeler you can be, the next challenge is: How do you sell efficient, sustainable projects to customers? To remodelers making a foray into this niche, we advise leaving the green-wash mentality at the door. More

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Price Points

Potential clients who think they're being careful stewards of their resources can, in my experience, be enlightened, and even converted into good clients. Here are a few ideas to make that happen. More

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Keeping schedules on track

Here's a look at the scheduling strategies that three remodelers use to keep their projects on track. More

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Remodeling with absent owners

Not many people could buy a house 1,300 miles away, hire a design/build firm, then... More

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