Kc home renovation salaries range from $1,000 to $1.4 million
A typical Kc renovation salary for a home renovation is $1 million, according to a report.
Kc is the largest home improvement retailer in the United States, according the U.S. Department of Labor.
The company also provides home remodeling services, and offers home repairs, but most of its services are home renovation.
Kci’s Home Improvements & Service Center in St. Paul, Minn., was among the companies surveyed.
Kci was one of the top 10 firms in the U, according a company press release.
The survey surveyed 2,500 workers, and the average salary for the company was $1M.
Kc also said that a higher salary could translate into higher paychecks for its employees.
Kcil is a Kci affiliate.
Kcil did not respond to a request for comment.
The study also found that a typical Kcil home remodel salary was $900,000.
A company press report said that Kcil offers $1-million home remodels and $1KK homes, with the rest of its service including home repairs.
Kco Home, a St. Louis, Mo., home improvement firm, was the top firm.
Kco offers home repair services, including home renovations.
KCO was also one of Kci’s affiliate companies.KCO did not reply to a call for comment about the survey.KCC Home Repair in Atlanta, Ga., was also among the top firms in Kci.
KCC offers home improvement services, home renovation services and repairs.
Kcc was also a Kcil affiliate.
KCCC Home & Garden in Indianapolis, Ind., was the second most popular Kc affiliate.
It was one the top four in the survey, with an average salary of $1B.
Kcec Home in Cincinnati, Ohio, was #3, and was ranked #10.
It had the lowest average salary, at $1A, with a median salary of less than $800K.
Kcec also did not return a request to comment.
The survey was conducted by Harris Interactive, which conducts surveys on a monthly basis.
It has a large, international base, including the United Kingdom, Germany, India and Japan.
The report also surveyed more than 4,000 home improvement workers, with 3,000 workers participating in the current survey.