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HOUZER launches new, interactive website
HOUZER is pleased to announce the launch of our new, interactive website at www.HouzerSink.com. The fresh design of the new Houzer website allows for quick and easy access to all Houzer product details making it the ideal source for all of HOUZER’s product information.

The grid responsive homepage makes our site extremely user friendly by offering direct links to our most visited pages. It includes quick access to our design gallery, our detailed sink information page and our newest feature, the video gallery. Here you will be able to view a video for each of our sink series that describes each sinks specific characteristics and specifications.
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A guide to kitchen countertop options
K BB Collective
A kitchen countertop is more than just a surface in a home – it’s the place kids do their homework and where people gather with friends and family over home-cooked meals. Choosing a new kitchen countertop is an important part of any kitchen renovation, and different homes will have different needs that a kitchen countertop will have to fill. Here’s your guide to choosing the right traditional kitchen countertop for your client’s home.
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A material difference in kitchen design
The Design and Plumbing Communities will find an incomparable creative partner in HOUZER sinks. HOUZER makes it easy to find the perfect sink for any application or design. Whether it’s topmount or undermount, Apron front or Vessel style, from country to ultra-contemporary, you’ll find a HOUZER sink to match any design theme and budget. HOUZER’S collection now includes sinks in five materials: stainless steel, granite, copper, fireclay and porcelain enamel steel undermount (a Houzer Exclusive). That’s more than any other major manufacturer.

And HOUZER sinks provide an unrivaled selection of inspiring styles, sizes and configurations — all distinguished by their extraordinary value.

Check out our versatile offerings today!

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Kitchen design trends explained by kitchen and bath expert John Hall
The Plain Dealer
Kitchen and bath designer John Hall believes in educating the public, both through his stage presentations at home and garden shows, or his day-long seminars on kitchen and bath renovations. Hall, 56, wants his clients to understand design terms, as well as options and accessories, before renovations start.

Often contractors give the homeowner a budget to spend on kitchen or bathroom fixtures. Are those budgets realistic?
It never works, because some contractors low-ball the allowances to make it look as if it's affordable for the clients. They'll budget $50 for a kitchen faucet. You can't get a (nice) kitchen faucet for that. I don't use the word allowance with people but I have to get an idea of (their budget) up front.

What is the average price range of what your clients spend?
A kitchen renovation can cost from $30,000 to $200,000; bathrooms run $15,000 to $50,000. Homeowners need to spend the most on kitchen sinks and cabinetry. You don't want a cheap sink.
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  Latest Trends
Considering any home improvement projects this spring, like renovating your kitchen or bath? It's worth looking at some data first. In today's marketplace, you may not fully recoup your remodeling costs at resale time.

  SPIFF Program
HOUZER has SPIFF programs designed to reward our trade partners for their continued loyalty and support. LEARN MORE >>

  VAP Builder's Program
With our Value Alliance Partner (VAP) Program, HOUZER rewards builders for using our sinks in their projects. LEARN MORE >>

Displays sell sinks! HOUZER offers free-standing display units at no charge, with display sinks available at deep discounts. LEARN MORE >>

  Sales Strategies
How to leave voice-mail messages with prospective clients
Rick Davis writes, "For years I have advocated against leaving voice-mail messages when prospecting. Then my marketing associate, Ellice, persuaded me that it was getting more difficult than ever to catch prospects live on the phone. So we crafted a voice-mail script that has produced a modest number but an impressive quality of responses."


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