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What’s Red Hot and can be found in Utah Year Round?

June 8, 2010 – 2:11 pm
Chris Haught | Rob Haught

Meet Chris Haught of RC Painting
Chris with her husband Rob own and operate RC Painting in Cedar City, Utah, having left California looking to live the country life. RC Painting is a mostly new construction …

It ain’t just paint with Modern Style.

May 4, 2010 – 1:16 pm
Dave Winkle before he shaved!

At 19 years of age Dave winkle had a valid drivers license, that was enough to get him a job with a professional painting outfit, without another thought he left his Fort Wayne factory job …

Handyman means Professional Services in Jefferson City, but lets start in the Basement.

January 8, 2010 – 8:28 am
Matt and Jesse, your home remodel solutions.

People in the building industry have been arguing over what a handyman is for years. Some say Jack of all Trades, some say Expert at Small Jobs. Let them argue, the answer may be in …

Who is the Perminator?

October 20, 2009 – 3:01 pm
Jean Vallee

By Paul Lesieur
Welcome to Atlanta where Jean Vallee makes a living by getting building permits. Atlanta has guidelines to follow and Jean knows how to work in the system. So how did she get to …

Pro Spotlight, MJ’s Contract Appliance.

August 3, 2009 – 11:50 am
Mary Jean Dupuis

Mary Jean Dupuis was 5 months pregnant with daughter Monique and leaving her job at Mogul Corporation, a sales position she had held for a while. Her husband was a residential electrician selling residential air conditioners and through a meeting with the GE rep was asked if she would consider selling GE appliances to builders. Mary Jean resisted this opportunity for about a year, and then accepted the offer and began calling on local builders and selling appliance packages for newly built homes.