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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





Apr 16, 2020

A member of Remodelers Community (a free private Facebook group for remodelers - see details at recently wrote: "For those of you who run a handyman service - what is the best way you've found to promote your services? What are the most profitable handyman jobs? We are considering launching a handyman service next month to get us thru July and August which we are expecting to be slow."
Mike Medford (Kyle’s guest on today's podcast) replied: "We started a handyman service two years ago and have found its success was opening the door to small remodeling projects that our Design-Build model was shunning. Our best marketing is focusing on past client list. Happy to chat about it if you want more info.”
A lot of people were interested in hearing about how and why Mike started his handyman division (especially with things being turned upside down right now due to COVID) so I decided to invite Mike to the podcast so that more people could hear about this timely subject.
Further notes/details from Mike on his handyman division:
Example Ads that Mike has used to promote his handyman division: