Miracle Method: Franchise Opportunity Brochure

Miracle Method's unique and proprietary process allows the repair and beautiful refinishing of kitchen countertops, bathtubs, showers or ceramic tile surfaces. With a product so durable that we offer the longest warranties in the industry, Miracle Method provides a consistent revenue stream to franchise owners by providing a service with high demand at a price point fitting the average budget. Read more about opportunities today.

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Franchise Business Opportunities - Miracle Method: Video

If you've been considering franchise business opportunities, consider Miracle Method. Not just another bathroom & kitchen upgrade franchise, we are #1 in the fast-growing surface refinishing industry. Owning a Miracle Method franchise means being part of a recognized brand that has a proven business model, and continued access to training and support. Learn more today about how to get started. Watch now!

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Co-construct Client Testimonial - JP Barlow

In this client testimonial J.P. Barlow discusses how using Co-Construct’s project management software helps him keep all the different aspects of home building on schedule and budget.

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FBR Gets Honest Feedback from DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen Franchisees

DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen is a remodeling franchise that helps their owners earn strong financial numbers while having a focus on improving their quality of life.
In this EVP franchisees reported their satisfaction in DreamMaker’s leadership, business practices and continued overall support.

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Invest in Your Success with DreamMaker® Bath & Kitchen Interior Remodeling Franchise

DreamMaker has continued its legacy by providing extraordinarily detailed systems and tools to help entrepreneurs start and grow a remodeling business, and take existing remodeling companies to the next level.
Read the top reasons why those owners have found new levels of success.

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Fenestration in Contemporary Residential Applications

This course will present information about fenestration in contemporary residential architecture, characterized by large openings, spectacular views, and envelope treatment that blurs the border between the interior and exterior. Characteristics of both aluminum clad wood and pultruded fiberglass fenestration products will be addressed. The course will include design considerations, performance issues, and structural requirements when assembling large expanses of glass.

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Intelligent Design for Code Compliant Bathing Facilities

From assisted living and healthcare facilities to hospitality, universities, and multi-family construction, large commercial projects have unique demands and many must be fitted with barrier free, ADA, UFAS and ANSI compliant bathing products. This course will provide an overview of intelligent design solutions with regard to relative code.

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Energy Calculator

The Milgard Energy Calculator provides a quick and easy way to help you select windows and doors that can meet local energy codes and project requirements.

The tool gives you the flexibility to select the required ENERGY STAR® zone, u-factor, SHGC or VT, and determine which Milgard window and door products meet the selected requirements.

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Benefits of Tunable Light in the Commercial Workspace

This learning unit provides a general overview of how specific bands of the light spectrum impact human behavior, and how light is distributed using traditional and new fixtures and luminaries. Also, this course explores how new technologies can be used not only to adjust the quantity of light, but also the quality of light in commercial spaces. Finally, the course examines the benefits of tunable white light as an option for architects to create healthful, practical, and aesthetically pleasing interior lighting designs.

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Specifying Luxury Kitchens in Small Spaces — For Apartments, Condos, Vacation Homes and More

This educational unit has been designed to educate architects, designers, contractors and installers about Specifying Luxury Kitchens in Small Spaces. While primary homes are big and getting bigger, there are many reasons why an architect or designer is likely to encounter smaller kitchens. The cases range from city apartments to vacation condos to pied-a-terres and even yachts.

While kitchens in these residences may be relatively small, they can still have the upscale finishes, quality appliances and all the bells and whistles the luxury clientele expects. This course describes general design considerations for specifying smaller kitchens, discusses refrigeration and cooking appliances that make most sense in a smaller space, and then suggests how to spread kitchen functions beyond the kitchen and into the rest of the home.

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