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Easy Install: Air King Snap-In BFQF Fan/Light Combination

One person can easily install this quiet ventilation fan with a built-in mounting bracket. More

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Certifiably Skilled: Certification After the Demise of Home Star

Just how important is certification now that Home Star is gone? Many remodelers still see value in having their employees certified in home performance contracting. More

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Inventive Incentives: REMODELING Takes a Look at the Alternatives to Home Star

Some remodelers are making the most of government incentives to improve the performance of existing U.S. housing stock ó and to boost their bottom line. More

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Energy Stars: These Remodelers Made the Most of Various Grants and Programs for Energy-Efficient Upgrades

Home Star may be gone, but all is not lost. There are still abundant options for remodelers who want to capitalize on home performance work. More

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Certification Means Credibility in Home Performance Contracting

Being certified as a home performance contractor, with certified personnel to perform the work, gives companies a big advantage in selling energy retrofits. More

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How to Sell Green Upgrades: Exhaust Fans
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Franchise Program Takes the Guesswork Out of Green Remodeling

Colorado builders rejuvenate their business model thanks to a new franchise system... More

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Disappointing Energy Savings for Energy Star Homes
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Facing the Future: What's in Store for the Remodeling Industry as the National Economy Gains Momentum

The remodeling industry is poised for a recovery, but challenges remain. Here's a look at the key hurdles to overcome and how some remodelers are tackling them head-on. More

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Philips Predicts LEDs Will Take 50% of Lighting Market by 2015
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