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Generate, Track, & Convert Mass Media Leads

Guest Blog by Ron Jumper I see it time and time again… Your local home improvement company decides they want to do a TV or Radio campaign. They’ve reached that milestone in their business where they are attending all the shows & events in their market and have reached maximum spend levels on their digital … Continue reading

New OSHA Updates On Their Resource Webpages

New OSHA Updates On Their Resource Webpages

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration recently updated several of the webpages. These pages are designed to provide easy access to information that is relevant to you and your business. Law and Regulations. The updated page features information on standards and rulemaking. Users can now search standards by keyword or number, find a list of key … Continue reading

Earn Cash While Spending Money

Earn Cash While Spending Money

NARI Membership Pays for Itself NARI members enjoy an exclusive benefit when they enroll in The Home Depot Pro Rewards program. This program offers a 2% rebate once the minimum spend* is reached.  It’s a great program because you receive a rebate for purchases you’d make anyway. It’s found money. All Purchases Count Toward the … Continue reading

George W. Combs, Inc. Receives NARI Accreditation

A Hallmark of Excellence for Huntington, NY Firm Nearly three decades ago, in 1990, George Combs established his residential remodeling business, George W. Combs, Inc., headquartered in Huntington, NY, on the principles of professionalism, integrity, and highly-structured business processes.  His adherence to these values has enabled him to position his business as a high-end renovation … Continue reading

Stand-Down to Save Lives

Stand-Down to Save Lives

Support 2018 National Safety Stand-Down May 7-11 After adding more than 30,000 jobs in January alone, the construction industry shows no signs of slowing down. With more workers comes more responsibility for safety.  Falls from heights are still the leading cause of death in the private construction industry and lack of proper fall protection is … Continue reading

Job Site Safety is Job One

Job Site Safety is Job One

OSHA’s Safe+Sound Campaign Safety on the job site is everyone responsibility.  NARI’s Code of Ethics require member companies to ensure a safe workplace for their employees.  Safety and health programs focus on management leadership, worker participation, and a systematic approach to finding and fixing hazards to keep workers safe and save a little green. Take … Continue reading