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Old 01-29-2013, 09:36 PM
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Originally Posted by Rick Grantham View Post
Great post Seabreeze. There is a lot to consider. Particularly if you have a family. I found this link that is a decent article of things to consider when figuring out oif you need separate space for work.

http://brandmakernews.com/business-b...pros-cons.html

Rick
Good article. I don't like having new guys at my house or seeing everything in my garage. Also i find clients ask if we can meet and 90% of the time their home is the best choice, but a brick and mortar store front creates a great sense of professionalism while combining storage in the back and maybe even some product displays which would cut down on meeting customers at mason yards or picking up samples and bringing them to their houses. Maybe the answer will be made clear in the next few years. Until then, good fences and keep the trucks out of sight of the town inspectors
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