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Do you know where your tool box is?

Submitted by on August 21, 2009 – 10:47 amOne Comment


Yeah I know! In the back of my truck……Wrong!

Brian Javeline says the best place for your toolbox is on the web. Is he crazy? Probably and like a fox. is the company Brian and his partners started with the intention of connecting contractors, sub contractors, suppliers and all the principles of a remodeling company together and communicating on the same platform, thus enabling all the pieces involved in the building process to basically talk with each other.

Brian Javeline of started working at the early age of 10. Coming from a single parent home with a Mom who worked, he learned to be street smart and industrious at an early age.

Working his way through college Brian ended up in the rapidly expanding internet business world and co-founded a B2B platform built on the collaboration of its members. Selling that business Brian, because of a introduction to a building contractor looked at remodeling, not as career, but as a partner and vendor.

Because of the lack of concise information sharing among contractors Brian saw the need for a business platform tailored to the need of small contractors, this platform would enhance and streamline the communication process and could be shared by all participants because of its web based storage. is a community and a collaborative of building professionals that can stay in touch anywhere in the world and be assured that their information is secure.

So what’s in your toolbox?

To try MyOnlineToolbox just click the link and get your free trial, and possibly continue to use the starter version for free . It’s intuitive and practical, check it out.

Paul Lesieur/ Remodel Crazy

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