Contractor's Corner: Secrets to Managing Your Cashflow

How do you manage your business' cashflow to keep everything running smoothly - as well as plan ahead for periods of lower revenue? Learn what needs to go into a cashflow management process: from what drives the health of your cashflow, to tracking metrics, balancing seasonal changes, and more.

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Guide to Answering Services

An answering service is a solution made up of a team of trusted receptionists who answer missed calls on behalf of a company when they are unable to answer themselves. Find out more about this service and why it's important to your business.

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The Mezzo Full Frame Replacement System

No special equipment, training or cutting skills required. This innovative technology was designed to increase productivity and profitability for full frame window replacement projects.

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Compete for Skilled Labor with Better Payment Options

Pay your subs faster, creating an environment they want to return to. Plus, get lien waivers signed simultaneously, at the time of payment, to keep financing and construction loan draws on schedule and your business moving forward.

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3 Reasons Why Deposits Need Replacement, Not Alternatives

Site team workload is central to property management companies' thinking about the processes they could implement to improve operations. Security deposits have been around in the multifamily industry since time immemorial, but they have increasingly become a suboptimal way of doing business.

This white paper will discuss the failures of deposits, and how replacing them with insurance reduces workload for property teams, improves customer experience, and boosts financial performance.

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A Resident Perspective on Package Delivery

Michelle Wood has worked in the multifamily industry for 20 years. As a renter she has a unique perspective on what she wants in a community. See how a package solution has made her neighborhood a more desirable place to live.

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Advanced Specification Details for Redwood Lumber & Timbers

Webinar On-Demand: This On Demand CEU is a recorded presentation from a previously live webinar event. The course offers detailed information about modern redwood timberland management approaches that contribute to the species’ long-term sustainability as a building material. The course also provides insight into how third-party certification helps the redwood industry communicate environmental stewardship. The course details how wood is created through the process of photosynthesis and how carbon is sequestered long-term in wood products, drawing a connection between sustainably sourced redwood lumber products and the ability to achieve carbon-neutral standards. Lastly, the course defines redwood grades and performance characteristics and describes how these properties achieve building code acceptance.

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Architectural Features in Brick — Considerations for Detailing and Construction (Print Course)

Brick exterior walls must be properly designed, detailed, and constructed to achieve the intended architectural effects on building facades and to prevent moisture intrusion and cracking. This course will explore common brick masonry elements such as curved walls, corbelling, and arches and how they should be designed and detailed to avoid moisture entry and movement issues. The course will also explore several award-winning projects where brick stands out as the defining architectural feature of the building.

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Porcelain Pavers – Quality To The Core

This On Demand CEU is a recorded presentation from a previously live webinar event. This presentation will discuss the advantages of porcelain pavers in comparison to other types of paving materials. In addition, the course will look specifically at the advantages porcelain pavers have for versatility and strength in applications.

A focus on installation best practices will also be explored, along with ways to enhance projects using various types of installation techniques. Finally, the course will explore a variety of size and color options available for product specification.

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Designing Minimalist Kitchens that Maximize Style

Minimalism is a philosophy of simplicity that’s taken off since the pandemic. More homeowners are demanding minimalist kitchen designs, but what does that mean – and what does it look like? This course will explore the concepts of minimalism and minimalist design, trends shaping modern kitchen design and use, and how minimalist design can be used to increase and improve the functionality of the kitchen. Finally, learners will review the role of luxury appliances in a minimalist kitchen and how to specify appliances to meet changing consumer needs.

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