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Remodelers On The Rise by Kyle Hunt is a podcast designed to inspire remodeling entrepreneurs like yourself. Practical tips, high-level strategy, specific examples, and information that you can grab and implement into your remodeling business. The goal is to empower you to make your remodeling business more enjoyable, profitable, and enable you more freedom in your business and life.

"Kyle you do such a great job delivering great content on your podcast, while simultaneously entertaining your listener. Your genuine, open honest approach, matched with your ability to dig deep, not take things too seriously and deliver GREAT value is such a wonderful combination. Keep those podcasts coming!"Recent Podcast Review

"I've been a contractor for 20 years but always learn something new From Kyle' podcasts. Especially liked the 2 episodes on Smart Selling. Hope you'll put out more of them!" - Recent Podcast Review


 

 

 

 

Mar 31, 2020

Rob Baugher shares his experiences remodeling (including completing a full kitchen remodel in a single week) and answers questions about his sales process, building a business that you can ultimately sell, and managing a team of only sub-contractors. 


Mar 5, 2020

Bryan Kaplan and Kyle met up at IBS2020 and recorded this quick conversation that unpacks the top 10 things you should be doing as part of that first phone call with a potential remodeling client in the sales process.

Learn more about Bryan and he helps residential builders create more profitable and efficient...


Feb 26, 2020

Does managing people cause you stress? Do you ever feel like you're herding cats? On this episode, guest Vicki Suiter of Suiter Business Builders shares how to manage great teams, the key to building teams that produce consistent results, and three things a contractor can do to increase profits. Bonus: You can also hear...


Feb 19, 2020

Every remodeling sales presentation is a tug of war. The homeowners are pulling for a price breakdown, partly because they’re wary of being overcharged, but also because they need to make informed decisions about tradeoffs that affect their budget.
 
The remodeler is pulling in the other direction and wants to reveal...


Jan 8, 2020

“I’m busy! There’s so much to do to keep up.”

Perhaps you can relate?

A piece of advice that I’ve been giving often lately is to make sure that you are focused on $100/hour and $1000/hour work – and delegating out the $10/hour work.