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What is the best place to start a wood flooring business?

I had success running a wood flooring biz in Colorado, but I moved to San Diego and I'm finding that th pay vs cost of living arent too good here, plus alot of work is taken by immigrants. I dont want to mov back to Colorado so I'm looking for a city I could have the same success. Thanks

Asked By: dusty8940 - 10/26/2007
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Excellent question. My sand and finish guy moved from Nebraska to Central Florida when Central Florida was having a housing boom....now that times are tight, he's looking at moving to Texas. He quickly found out the cost of living there is not great, plus...he has to start over from stratch. Personally, I think he'... More
Answered By: Felieca C - 10/26/2007
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What is the best place to start a wood flooring business? From the ground upwards!
Answered By: -Trojan- - 10/26/2007
 
Maybe Flathead lake in Montana they are always building cabins and houses up there.
Answered By: Sanders - 10/26/2007
 
Best place to start? Carpet land!
Answered By: Christopher S - 10/26/2007
 
sorry i am from australia. i landed on your question. i was going to say start in a city, but you had already stated that so i am thinking you are on the right track. maybe california.
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Answered By: glenn m - 10/26/2007
 
las cruces, nm or abq, nm. those two cities are growing really fast. also florida always has tons of construction going on. good luck
Answered By: thegermanwall - 10/26/2007
 
I'd say Dallas, Tx. The housing industry is booming here. People are constantly remodeling, and new home communities are spreading like california wildfire. The cost of living is very decent here as well. So if you happen to own a house in san diego and have some equity, your money will go pretty far when you move... More
Answered By: andy_redmon - 10/26/2007
 
by fort bragg north carolina. they have booming flooring business because of army housing and new developments.
Answered By: LilliSeptember - 10/26/2007
 
i heard arkansas is booming, lots of retireses moving there. low cost of living
Answered By: johnhassay - 10/26/2007
 
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