Brad Cruickshank

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Press On: Reaching Your Target Market Using Print Media

Some remodelers haven't given up on print publications as a way to get the word out about their companies, finding it an effective vehicle for building their brand. More

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Diversification Helps Atlanta Construction Company Ride Economic Roller Coaster

High-end residential remodeling company secures solid foothold in commercial handyman niche. More

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What Lies Ahead in 2009

What are the prospects for remodeling markets in 2009? Remodelers from across the... More

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Companies find success in diversification

Some see specialization as the future of the industry, but plenty of remodelers beg to differ with the notion that a jack-of-all trades is a master of none. 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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Design features that clients ask for

People are deciding to stay in their homes and adding a master suite on as their own personal luxury space. We're seeing natural stone in baths and kitchens, as well as on the fronts of houses. More

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Drawing Board: Sleep Tight

When Brad Cruickshank, Cruickshank Inc., designed a large addition for this Dutch colonial in Atlanta, the new space was to include a family room, office, guest bedroom, and garage. More

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Design Fees: To Charge or Not To Charge

Anna Mavrakis, TNL Design/Build Canton, Ohio We do charge a design fee for any drawings done for a job. I own two businesses, Monson Interior Design (high-end kitchen and bath design/build) and a kitchen and bath remodeling franchise, DreamMaker Bath and Kitchen. More

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