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Due to the tough economic environment,, the leading kitchen remodeling and bathroom remodeling site on the internet, will be offering its customers a kitchen or bath remodeling for only $0.05.

It is a tough time for Americans right now and we know that families still need to put an addition on or spruce up a bathroom

Consumers are lining up to get a kitchen or bathroom remodeled for $0.05. is offering its users a chance to have their entire remodeling project done for only five cents. "With interest rates starting to come down, and with Spring just around the corner, we thought it would be great to give a few lucky customers a new kitchen remodeling job or bathroom remodeling job for $0.05," says co-founder, Curt Dalton.

How does it work? If the customer submits a remodeling project through]'s website over the next 60 days, he or she will automatically be entered into a drawing to have the entire project paid for by Construction-411, minus the 5 cents. "It is a tough time for Americans right now and we know that families still need to put an addition on or spruce up a bathroom," comments co-founder Michael Zenga. "We will collect our customers' requests for using our state-of-the art pricing tool and videos, and after 60 days we will award at least 2 people with free remodeling jobs." is the leading remodeling and customer service website on the internet. "We believe in giving power back to the consumer in the form of education and through the use of our state-of-the-art pricing tool. Our customers can use our pricing tool to map out their home repair or remodeling project down to the penny. Do you want to change countertops or add a bathroom? Just use our software to see how much more or less the changes will add to your costs," says Michael.

Construction-411 also gives their uses access to geographically based information to help price out their new roof, bathroom, or kitchen. "Depending on where you live in America, the price of a new kitchen or new windows can be drastically different. Also, the amount you can expect to re-coup from the job on your home's sale price is different as well," added Curt Dalton. has been helping America price out their home remodeling and addition projects since 2001. Founded by modular home expert Michael Zenga and business consultant Curt Dalton, the website has been a free portal for consumers to educate themselves about their home repair and remodeling projects.


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