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TAMKO Updates Benefit for Pro Contractors

TAMKO pro roofing contractors now have access to four new layouts for on-demand... More

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Not All Home Shows Are Created Equal

Here's 5 ways to know if you’re attending the right one More

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Communities Mandate the Removal of Wood Roofing

In an effort to curb the risk of wildfire destroying homes, more and more western communities push for the removal of existing wood roofing. More

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Judge shoots down a city ordinance requiring fire-rated roofs

A Montana judge ruled invalid a Helena 2008 fire ordinance that restricts exposed wood building materials, and requires fire-resistant roofs when more than 10% of a roof must be replaced. What next? More

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2012 Replacement Contractor of the Year: Hullco Exteriors

Window and siding company Hullco Exteriors set out to make itself the household word of home improvement in Chattanooga, and succeeded. More

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Local Search Key to Regional Internet Dominance

U. S. Representative Thomas P. (Tip) O'Neill (D-Mass.), the well-known Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, famously said, "All politics is local." When it comes to organic search results, Google obviously believes the same. The biggest power in online search is increasingly focused on the "local" aspect of things. More

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2007 Roofers Roundtable

Roofing company executives from four parts of the country talk issues. More

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Big Fish

Dale Brenke rattles off the numbers. In a market with 44,000 households and 208,000 people, SchmidtSiding & Window Co. manages to get the lion's shareof the business in several of the five product lines it sells and installs. Forinstance, in 2004 and 2005, the company had the highest market shareof any Gutter Helmet dealer in the network. More

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Knock Knock

Typically, proximity or radius marketing has meant putting a sign on the lawn at... More

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Regime Change

When Jack Kostak bought All-Seal Home Improvement in 1990, the company was one of many low-profile, mom-and-pop window and siding operations in Dayton, Ohio. Sales were $1.1 million. Today All-Seal, with three showrooms, is the biggest locally-based replacement contractor in that city (population 950,000), with $6 million in annual sales. More

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