Operable Partitions for a Sustainable World

This course looks at operable partitions and how they help with sustainable spaces. It covers the different materials used in operable partitions, along with how they can bring daylighting and functionality into rooms.

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Flex Space City: A Tour of Today’s Operable Wall Systems

This program covers the variety of movable partition configurations currently available. You will learn how operable partitions achieve their acoustical ratings and how the use of glasswalls may earn points for LEED accreditation.

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E-book: 6 Lead Generation Myths That Cost You Money

With the explosion of the Internet over the past decade, figuring out online lead generation can be confusing, time consuming and expensive. This e‐book will help you understand how online lead generation works (and how it doesn’t) for home improvement companies, and which channels you need to focus on to be successful!

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Google Best Practices for Home Improvement Lead Gen

Google recently invited Todd Bairstow from Keyword Connects to Google's headquarters in Mountain View, California to talk about Best Practices for Home Improvement Lead Generation. Learn what Todd and Google have to say about the online home improvement world and how you can drive more leads!

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Designing with Laminated Glass

Laminated glass has been used in a variety of architectural applications ranging from office buildings and schools to institutional and high security buildings. A variety of clear and tinted interlayers are available, providing post-breakage glass retention, UV filtration and impact resistance. This course presents the history and development of laminated glass from its inception as an automotive product to more advanced structural glass applications.

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Understanding the Benefits of Cellular PVC Rails, Pergolas and Gutters

This course will offer a basic understanding of the benefits of specifying cellular PVC (Poly Vinyl Chloride) railing systems, pergolas and gutters for residential construction projects. Railing systems in residential construction and remodeling have long been considered both decorative and functional however options have been historically limited to architects. Traditional railing materials like natural lumber, vinyl, and composite materials have been the standard choices available for years, but these materials pose several challenges in aesthetics, durability, affordability, and limited design options. Today railing systems can be created using cellular PVC which offers many advantages over traditional railing.

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Meet The Rising Preference

Here why Top Builders are choosing Electrolux to be their appliance supplier of choice.

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Secrets of Multiplying Home Remodeling Profits

Simply adding kitchen and laundry room appliances to your project quotes keeps your project moving and your profits climbing.

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How Great Builders and Remodelers Can Leverage Client Feedback and Social Media to Enhance Their Online Reputation

People are talking about your company. What are they saying, and how can you engage in this conversation? For builders and remodelers who focus on delivering exceptional customer service, the opportunity for benefit far outweighs the risk of damage. To thrive in this new reputation economy, your challenge should be to double down on quality service -- it’s more important than ever. For the more ambitious, engage in the online dialog that’s already happening about your business. Read this whitepaper today.

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Using Your Reputation to Gain a Competitive Advantage

The average contractor in the residential building industry has a recommendation rate of around 65%. This means 1 in 3 client’s would not recommend them to a friend. Considering that an unhappy client will tell 10 people about their experience, having a lower recommendation rate makes it harder to grow your business. There are 1000's of builders, remodeler’s and contractors throughout North America who have average recommendation rates of 90%. These businesses represent the best of the best in the residential building industry. If you want to go beyond average, take a lesson from their playbook. This whitepaper focuses on what those companies are doing to stand out and grow their business.

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