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Keeping HVAC Customers Cool With Depth of Inventory and a Focus on Service

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Certain departments in hardware stores attract customers more easily than others. Who doesn’t want to look over the latest smoker for the backyard or the most advanced drill for the toolbox? But a category like heating, ventilation and air conditioning …

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Discover 4 Benefits of the NRHA Vision Process

NRHA Vision Process

As a former general manager of seven home improvement centers, Kim Peffley knows the importance of creating a resourceful team and establishing a culture that supports its success. Now as an NRHA Vision Process consultant, she helps teams understand how …

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CTL University Puts NRHA Training to Work

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When the leaders at Clarence Thomas Ltd. Home Center (CTL) in Fish Bay, Tortola, British Virgin Islands, made the decision to invest in their employees by offering online training, they had no idea how popular the program would become. Initially, …

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3 Paint Applicator Trends to Follow

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Whether a pro painter is selecting a brush for general use or a DIYer reaches for a specially tipped detail brush for a fine edge, paint customers are searching for upgraded selections across a variety of paint applicators. Independent retailers …

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Test Your Team on Loss Prevention

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Can your cashiers identify behaviors that are associated with shoplifters? Are your sales associates set up for loss prevention awareness? Use the following scenario to test your team’s skills when it comes to keeping the store, their co-workers and customers …

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How I Did It: Increased Annual Sales From $1M to $6M

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Having started in lumberyard management early in his career, Jeff Van Well is in a fairly ideal position to turn a struggling lumberyard around. He found that opportunity in 2016 at A2Z Home Center. The Chino Valley, Arizona, operation was …

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3 Steps to Greater Lumberyard Efficiency

A lumberyard can be a loud, chaotic place. Whether it’s builders making an emergency run for supplies or a dozen DIYers reviewing options for their latest backyard project, the space can quickly become frenetic. Lumberyard efficiency becomes even more important …

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Approaching Electrical Projects With Customers

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Discussing home projects dealing with electricity likely puts a charge through any retailer. When helping customers tackle electrical projects, retailers should consider how difficult the project is and how a customer is planning to take it on. Some, like installing …

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