Mountain View Window and Door

Mountain View Window and Door

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Mountain View Window & Door. We are the Rocky Mountain region’s Premier Window,Door and Hardware Specialty Supplier for Luxury Builders, Architects, Upscale Residential / Commercial Contractors and Design Builders. Mountain View Window & Door was founded in 2006 and was purchased by the current owner, Devon Tilly, in February of 2012. All of our employees are the most experienced and qualified in their positions, and are eager to provide clients with the best window, door and/or hardware experience. You can see videos about us at http://www.mtnview.us/mvtv-who-we-are or by checking out Mountain View Window & Door on […]

Advanced Title

Advanced Title

  Title insurance may be best understood by what it does, and the role it plays, rather than by a definition of what it is. A young couple buying their first home in the United States may be unaware that they are about to enter a real estate system that is unlike any other in the world, a system that combines all the facets of buying real estate that is well coordinated and efficient. Each state has a body of law that establishes a platform on which real estate can be owned and transferred and provide protection to property owners […]

Alasta Solar

Alasta Solar

30% Federal Tax Credits Extended to 2021! 
Call Now for Free a Estimate! Atlasta Solar Center has been serving Mesa County area residents for over thirty-five years. As one of the longest operating solar companies in Colorado, we are dedicated to providing our customers with a quality experience while helping our local communities transition into a new energy-efficient/clean energy lifestyle. Our shared vision with our customers is one of businesses, homes, neighborhoods, and communities, powered by the lower cost, clean, sustainable energy of the sun. With over two thousand clean energy systems installed with our customers, we at Atlasta Solar […]

CHFA Certified Renovator

CHFA is sponsoring a Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Certified Renovator Training in Aspen on July 12 at the Aspen/Pitkin County Housing Authority.  Class begins at 8:00 and ends at 4:30. Who should attend: Staff members who work in pre-1978 housing and may disturb painted surfaces The eight-hour EPA Renovation, Repair, and Painting (RRP) Initial Certified Renovator course prepares, trains, and certifies workers in EPA lead-safe work practices in order to comply with the EPA’s RRP rule and HUD’s Lead Safe Housing Rule during the course of their renovation, repair, or painting activities. The course curriculum will review a variety […]

SAVE THE DATES!

Save the date now for our 2017 Parade of Homes tour: Friday, October 6 – Sunday, October 8 Friday, October 13 – Sunday, October 15 Download our builder contract form Download our Sponsorship form.  Thanks again to Guild Mortgage for being our exclusive lending company sponsor! And For our 2018 Home Improvement Expo at Two Rivers Convention Center: March 2-4, 2018 Information will be mailed to our members and those on our mailing list in late October.  To make sure you are on our list, please email us

Colorado Mortgage Lenders Association Luncheon and Seminar

Colorado Mortgage Lenders Association Luncheon and Seminar

For more information and to register, click here. CMLA has partnered with GJARA to bring you this exclusive Ninja Selling event! Event Details 11:00am – Registration Opens 11:30am – 12:30pm – Luncheon 12:30 – 3:00pm – Speaker Session Two Rivers Convention Center 159 Main St. Grand Junction, CO 81501 Seminar Fee: $35.00 (Includes lunch and speaker session) Registration and Sponsorship Deadline is Monday, June 19, 2017 at Noon Thank You to Our Sponsor! Sponsorship Perks Member Price Non-Member Price Logo on event emails Logo on event signage Logo on event web page Recognition at the event Opportunity to talk about company for […]

Tides are turning with increased commercial and residential activity in Northwest

The northwest area was hit hard by the downturn in the economy, with a lot of companies that occupied space in the commercial and industrial areas moving out, and a lot of expensive homes that stayed on the market longer than entry level homes. The tide seems to be slowly turning in the area, especially on the commercial real estate side. Many of the buildings that have been vacant for years are selling or leasing, and brokers are busy negotiating other deals. “It’s mostly people moving around,” said Theresa Englbrecht with Bray Commercial, who added that she arranged a five-year […]

Builder Spotlight: Mesa Turf Masters

Builder Spotlight: Mesa Turf Masters

When did you start Mesa Turf Masters? My wife and I moved to Grand Junction in January of 1991 and I started Mesa Turf Masters in 1992. How did you get started in the industry? I had my first mowing job at 13 and by the time I was in high school I was maintaining about 25 lawns. In 1985 I started a summer job with a national lawn care company. I learned how to fertilize lawns and care for trees. Before moving to Colorado I worked in various locations around Michigan, each with their unique needs.  In addition to […]

Builder Spotlight: Land Title

Serving Coloradoans Since 1967 Land Title is proudly celebrating their 50th year celebration.  Founded in 1967 with the need for a better company, better service, and a better way of doing things. Our company is based on treating people well, building long term relationships, and being respectful with our clients and employees. We know and understand Colorado real estate laws, customs, and markets like its our own backyard because it is. 100% of our work is done locally, so we respond more quickly to issues due to our local management and ownership are intimately involved in 
the operations. Building Relationships […]

Whitewater and Gateway, Colorado

The Whitewater area is zoned, approved, and ready for growth, with available sewer and water to many areas. “There’s been plenty of planning done in Whitewater,” said Linda Dannenberger with the Mesa County Planning Department. “Clifton Water is ready for growth; there’s a sewer district. Land’s End Fire has been formed as a taxing district. CDOT did a highway access plan. We put a land use plan in place with zoning.” The only thing missing from the pro-growth agenda is people who are committed to living or opening businesses in the area. “There’s so much land that’s ripe,” Dannenberger said. […]

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