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Control Company Credit Card Use

The convenience of company credit cards can leave you open to loss or abuse if those cards are not tightly managed. More

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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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High-Stakes Bidding: Even Upscale Clients Are Asking for Competitive Bids

In this tough economy, high-end clients are asking for bids and high-end remodelers are having to adjust. More

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Where To Go To Recruit New Marketing Staff

Direct marketing is a sure source of steady leads. But where do you find the people who best represent your company? 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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Bath Collections: Bath Packages Meet Need for Cost-Effective Remodels

Bath packages meet the need for cost-effective remodels during the downturn, and give clients a start line for their budget. More

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Tough Times in the Philadelphia Suburbs

For Benoit & Czarnecki, a combination of the slow economy, smaller job size, and new regulations are making doing business more challenging. More

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Jeld-Wenís Saxton Attends Jobs Summit, Pushes for Construction Industry Focus

The company's executive vice president, Ron Saxton, encouraged President Obama to see that window and door companies can create jobs now, with a ripple effect across the country. More

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Behr Premium Plus Ultra Paint + Primer in One

New Premium Plus Ultra Paint + Primer in One eliminates the need to prime separately, and covers completely in fewer coats, even for difficult reds and magentas, the maker says. More

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Becoming a Cabinet Dealer

Cutting out the middleman and becoming a cabinet dealer can mean more control over the process, an addiitional profit center for your company, and more choices for your clients. More

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