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An Insider on Outsourcing: Bringing Work In-House May Not Necessarily Save You Money

Faster job completion, higher quality, and lower overall costs for you: three reasons consultant Michael Stone says to stick with specialized trade contractors. More

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After the Uptick: When to Hire Additional Staff

When leads and contracts start to increase, how do you decide when and whether to... More

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DeWalt Compact Lithium-Ion Tools

A drill-driver, impact driver, hammerdrill, and right-angle drill comprise the maker's new line of compact lithium-ion tools. More

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Milwaukee Compact Band Saw

Ideal for cutting in place, overhead, or in tight spaces, new Compact Band Saws are up to 45% lighter than deep cut band saws and feature a 3 1/4-by- 3 1/4-inch cut capacity. More

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Q&A: How Large Is Your Cash Reserve?

We ask several remodelers across the nation about the amount of ready cash they... More

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Health Insurance Shared Burden

When it comes to providing employee health insurance in a down economy, many... More

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Product Extra: IBS Preview Part 2

New products debuting at the 2010 International Builders' Show. More

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Economic Survival

A Minnesota remodeler cuts overhead and retrains staff in an effort to ride out the rough economy. 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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Big50 CloseUp: Bob Tilghman

Tilghman Builders restructures to ride out the economic downturn and maintain profitability. More

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