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Home improvement contractors are no strangers to in-store marketing. Some have been drumming up business in retail environments for years, mostly as a secondary lead source. Many, on the other hand, have avoided "affinity" or sell/furnish/install (SFI) programs. More

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Finding Good Designers From Big Box Stores

Good things may come in small packages, but two remodeling companies have found... More

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Commercial Remodeling

About 86% of respondents remodel commercial projects, with the top three projects... More

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Pros and cons of commercial construction market

Remodelers need to consider the pros and cons of commercial construction before... More

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Big Box Retailers Shaping the Industry

For better or for worse, the large home improvement retailers are changing the... More

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Put Lumberyards to Work

Today's remodeling customers often research products on the Internet before or... More

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Showroom Showdown: Do You Own or Lease?

I had to lease because I couldn't buy a place in the location I wanted. When I decided to lease, the principal thing I researched was the "life," or traffic, in the area. More

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Showroom Pros and Cons

Michael Weitz of DW Development in Willimantic, Conn., says the $17,000-a-month... More

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