Dutchess Building Specialists

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Show-Offs: Ways to Maximize Your Impact at Home Shows

If your home show act is getting stale? Tips for engaging attendees and helping to convert prospects to clients. More

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Pre-Programmed: Partnering With Vendors and Trade Contractors to Share Marketing Expenses

How a partnering program between a general contractor and its suppliers and trades benefits all involved. More

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Instant Gratification: Home Improvement Projects That Consistently Yield the Best Returns

Replacement and repair jobs appeal to homeowners because they are relatively inexpensive and help a home hold its value. More

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Tough Times, Flexible Tactics: Tips for Selling in a Down Economy

Leads are fewer and jobs smaller. You need to go farther and work harder to sell a... More

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K&B Limited: Kitchen Cabinet Refacing and Acrylic Bath Products Attract Budget-Minded Homeowners

Cabinet refacing and acrylic bath products are getting attention from consumers who want a new kitchen or bathroom on a budget. More

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As Large Jobs Vanish, Small Jobs More the Norm

An increasing number of remodelers are taking on small jobs and maintenance and repair work. The challenge: how to make money doing these smaller jobs. More

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Project Costs Hold Steady

In a tough economy with consumers putting projects on hold or downsizing project scope, remodelers are having to rework all aspects of their business to keep projects competitively priced. More

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