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Dealing With Dust

Dealing With Dust On top of the list “reasons homeowners renovate”, is to make a cleaner, healthier living environment.  Unfortunately the very act of making those improvements, causes a lot of dust.  Many contractors will tape up some plastic, put a fan in the nearest window,...

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National Tradesmen Day

Friday, September 16th, was National Tradesmen Day.  A day, started in 2012, to bring awareness to the plight of the tradesman. I’d like to share a few thoughts on the men and women who make up our contemporary tradesmen.   To the unsung heroes who...

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Relationships With Clients and Colleagues

How is it possible to cater to the needs of even our most challenging client without derailing the reason we are in this business in the first place, and why is it important to build life-long relationships with clients and colleagues? These projects often take place...

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Client Frustrations? asked me to comment on what frustrates me about dealing with clients.  It was sort of a loaded question.  Why assume that frustration is allowed to be a big enough part the client-contractor relationship that it needs to be addressed?  Is it possible to...

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