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How to Develop a Business in Restoring Old Buildings

The renovation of old buildings is unique work, and it takes a unique mix of personality, tools, and skills to be successful at it. When you've got the right combination, it can make you a very good living. Here is an article on how to develop a business restoring old buildings!

Building Relationships and Restoring Property One Job at a Time

We recently spoke with Jack Hanks, CEO of Restore 24/7, and learned what a typical day is like for franchisees, where he sees the business headed in the next five years and what he looks for in potential franchisees.

Church Restoration Niche

Derry Journal: A Limavady carpenter and his three sons are finding themselves in an interesting place of work after discovering a niche market in building...
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How to Prevent Mold in the Workplace

Mold infestation in your workplace produces powerful mycotoxins that affect human health. Therefore, you should take all the necessary precautions to prevent mold growth in the workplace.
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How to Keep Your Office Safe This Fall and Winter

The leaves are changing and the weather is cooling. In fall 2020, many employers have decided to bring their employees back to the office. However, are you concerned about how to keep your office safe this fall and winter? We’ve outlined our best tips for reducing your COVID-19 risks below.
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10 Signs Your Asphalt Parking Lot Needs Repair

A shiny, pitch-black asphalt parking lot increases the attractiveness of your business and tells your customers that you take care of your company’s premises. However, if your parking lot is looking rough around the edges, you might need have it repaired. Here are some signs to look for.
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Is Your Classic Car Worth Restoring?

Do you own a classic car? Perhaps it’s a car you ran across on Craigslist, or maybe it was passed on to you by a close relative. Either way, you have probably wondered about restoring it. But should you? In this post, we consider the angles.
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Landscaping Business Booming? It’s Time to Hire Your First Employee

So, your landscaping business is off the ground and your client base is steadily growing. If business is good then life is good. However, suddenly the workload is more than one person can handle on his or her own. Suddenly it is time to hire that first landscaping employee. There are many things to consider when hiring an employee, especially a first employee. Here are the top five qualities to look for in your very first employee.

How to Achieve Greater Returns on Your Business’s Property Investments

Everyone who buys property does so with several goals in mind, one of which is most likely to make a profit when they sell it. This is true for buyers investing in a home, landlords in buy-to-let purchases and for businesses looking to invest in their own work premises. All too often, however, the projected profit when selling a property doesn’t materialize. As a business owner, you may have invested in your business premises with a strategy in place that includes selling it at a profit one day. What steps can you take to maximize the return on your investment (ROI) from your property?

SirVent Finds Success In a Previously Underserved Niche

SirVent is a chimney and venting franchise, leading the industry in servicing American homes.

Sparkle Wash Is Cleaning Up the Competition

Sparkle Wash provides power washing services for transportation, residential, industrial and commercial customers.

20 Unique Franchise Opportunities

Depending on your own analysis and preferences, you might be better served by choosing a franchise that is less well known but has great upside. Check out our list of 20 of the more unique franchise opportunities growing across the country.

From Father to Son: Passing Down the Franchise Torch

In his nearly 40 years with Color Glo, President Gary E. Smith, has been blessed to see a small idea created by his father, Everett C. Smith, grow into a global opportunity and very successful franchise.

802 Most Common Small Businesses in the United States

A reader needed a couple new business ideas for his small town. Dane came through in droves.

‎Rainbow International Helps Restore Fire Damaged Property

The Irish Franchise Magazine: Crossogue Equestrian Centre, which recently featured on the RTE programme At Your Service, had extensive restoration and cleaning work carried out...

A Great Opportunity To Own A Construction Franchise With Low Overhead

The First Reporter: Are you a flooring or construction contractor who wants to expand your operations or move them in a new direction? Or perhaps...

Comfort Suites Planned For Atlanta Downtown

HotelWorld Network: Choice Hotels International announced its plans for a future Comfort Suites hotel in downtown Atlanta with franchisee Atlanta Underground LLC. -- the first-ever...

Banking On A New Career With Spettro

Franchiseinfo.co.uk: After several years of few opportunities with the Royal Bank of Scotland, Phillip Broadbent has taken charge of his own future. So now, when...

Tile Rescue Express Views On Franchising Potential

Infolink Architecture & Building: According to Tile Rescue, there is growing earning potential for their franchisees. In almost every dwelling, a tiled surface exists that...