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Go Rici Construct Canada Reno Roundtable: Part 1

We invited a group of renovators  to lunch at Construct Canada to discuss the industry. The following is the first of a multipart series.

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Rob Koci is the publisher of Canadian Contractor magazine. Rkoci@bizinfogroup.ca 647 407 0754
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  1. Hi Robert:

    Do you actually believe what these two guys are saying? … this is not what the reno advantage program is all about, …. that some contractors are looking at it as a buying group is another story

  2. Robert Koci

    Eddy:
    When you write, “reno advantage,” are you referring to Renovantage? I know something of its intent and if Todd and Mark are using it to help them educate their clients, I think it fits Renovantage’s intentions, certainly. But I’ll ask Mike Draper, who is one of Renovantage’s coaches, to respond.

    • Eddy and Robert, Educating the homeowner so that they can make an informed decision on which contractor is best for them is key to the Renovantage Program. Hiring a contractor that a homeowner can trust is one of the most important aspects in the decision to renovate. We bring that trust to the homeowner and the Certified Renovantage Contractors.

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