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Mask Styles Not as Important as Fit, Experts Claim

The assertion that neck gaiters and bandannas have been said to provide little help in the spread of COVID-19 was the conclusion of a recent Duke University study. However, experts on aerosols have called into question the results of the study. The original Duke University study was published in American Association for the Advancement of …

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Moving your Small Construction Business Online

Word-of-mouth is a great way to get new business, but younger clients rarely work that way. Now that millennials and Gen Z are entering the home buying, building and renovating market, it’s time to level up your online game. Modern clients want to buy and design their homes online, find contractors and even sign contracts …

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Should you Charge for Estimates?

Charging for estimates is somewhat of a controversial subject. Many contractors don’t charge for these as they don’t want to put potential clients off. However, quotes and proposals that take up your time should be valued and charging clients will root out any potential clients who aren’t serious. Here are some tips to making sure …

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Painting Tips for Pros

When you do a lot of painting, small changes that make you more efficient can really save you time and money in the long run. Here are a few easy painting hacks that will level up your pro painting game. More Prep, Less Painting Everyone skimps on the prep, but your finished product will look …

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Skilled Trades Careers On the Rise

The construction labor shortage has been a thorn in the side of site managers for years now. But a new study shows that interest in the trades is starting to increase among high school students. According to a study by the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA), interest in a career in the trades was …

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