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PR February 2014

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PR February 2014


Epic Development redefines Atlanta property

23 repeat and referral tactics for 2014

10 more new products intorduced at IBS & KBIS 2014
 

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30 Products Introduced at IBS and KBIS 2014

Professional Remodeler presents 30 new products to be released at the 2014 IBS & KBIS Shows in Las Vegas.

Momentum builds, but be prepared

NARI member strength of sales in 4Q increased to 6.41, up from 6.12.

Mark Richardson: Positioning YOU for the future

Your business is a vehicle for your growth and passages. It is a platform for others to create their own future.

Craig Durosko: Replacing yourself in sales

If you are like many remodelers who sell, most of your systems and processes are in your head.

Building Science: Home performance—how to save 30 percent

BARA found that retrofit packages in the New Jersey HPwES program (both mechanical and enclosure focused) could achieve 30 percent savings.

Remodeler's Exchange: Tale of two succession plans

This month, the Remodeler’s Exchange examines succession planning. Professional Remodeler’s Tom Swartz spoke with Chip Crawford, an owner of a custom building and remodeling firm he is purchasing from his parents, and Doug Sutton, who recently transferred his remodeling business to his sons. The three men discuss two very distinct views on succession planning.

23 Remodelers Offer Repeat & Referral Tips

Effective and easy-to-apply strategies to increase your repeat and referral business in 2014.

Research: Fickle Financing

In 2014, remodelers and their clients expect to face inconsistent lending practices.

Project Spotlight: Natural Fit

Epic Development redefines modern with resourceful renovation in the hills of Atlanta.

K&B Design: Sustainable kitchen and bath lighting

The environmental impact of lighting consists of three basic components: emissions from electricity generation powered by fossil fuels, material used (and disposed of) in the lighting equipment, and any potentially hazardous content in that material.

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