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osha inspectors can issue violations to remodelers

Complying with OSHA’s safety rules requires planning, training and (most of all) supervision.

One remodeler outlines good computer security tactics for remodelers to follow.

A site preparation checklist can help manage customer expectations.

An outline of stereotypically problematic clients and tips for managing them.

Using in-house labor can have more benefits than using subcontractors, according to Dennis Gehman.

Letter to the Editor describing how one reader relates to the woman featured in April's It's Time To Sell feature.

Tips on choosing the right estimating software for your remodeling business.

Gehman outlines his benefit budget for 1998.

Dennis Gehman stresses education by paying for employees for certain types of participation.

One remodeler's Web site serves as a sales tool as well as a showroom.

Raymond McNealy illustrates the first steps a remodeler should take when setting up a website.

Tips on finding security system contractors.

Pointers on selling safety items to homeowners.

One kitchen remodel goes from good to better despite project problems.

Customers offer feedback on Stronghold's kitchen design.

Analyzing the cash flow of one kitchen remodel.

High school students build homes for class credit.

Stylemark has expanded its manufacturing operations.

Sonny Lykos offers tips on finding and hiring new employees for a remodeling business.

Laminate countertop sales and how they compare to other materials.

Students in home building courses learn to deal with product manufacturers.

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