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Four Seasons President Sees Sunroom Comeback

After quadrupling its investment in online lead generation, the nation's leading maker, and franchiser, of sunrooms is seeing more sales, and more leads. More

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Four Seasons Set To Grow Window, Sunroom Business

CEO Shaun Kennedy on why the company is planning for big growth. More

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Sunroom Market Makes Niche Opportunity For Some

Some see opportunity in a market that many home improvement companies have fled:... More

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Sunroom Sales Stumble In Tight Credit Economy

As demand has plummeted, sunroom dealers have had to adjust to a different kind of market. More

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Make Leads Happen

A Q&A with Peter Allen, vice president of national sales for Four Seasons Sunroom corporate stores, who discusses how the sunroom market and his company are faring in the current economy. More

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Cruise Control

With up to seven vehicles on the road every day, ABC Seamless of Northeast Ohio, a roofing, siding, sunroom, and window company, is definitely feeling the fuel pinch. More

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Sunroom Step Up

Conservatories and sunrooms have many more similarities than differences. They're... More

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Not so Sunny

Sunrooms are a big-ticket item. One sale can make your day, but a sale rescinded can just as easily ruin it. "There's nothing worse than getting the phone call that the prospect's changed his mind," says Larry Chavez, president of Four Seasons Sunrooms in Phoenix. More

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Sticking Around

The stick-built sunroom has been left behind by manufactured sunrooms of vinyl and... More

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Point of Pride

Leads are hard to come by, and in the sunroom business, where product prices range from $20,000 to $50,000 and up, they're especially dear. "If you're going to be successful in this, you'd better be creative," says Gordon Fairbanks, a TEMO dealer and owner of Fairbanks Construction, in Ocala, Fla. More

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