These challenging times bring new demands for ways to communicate and sell to your customers.
Sherwin-Williams introduced new sanitizing, purifying options for the Living Well collection.
In unanimous House and Senate votes, Florida appears poised to officially make legal the use of virtual building inspections
When used effectively, lighting creates focal points to draw one’s attention to key characteristics. Here are three lighting trends in remodeling.
Protect renovations from leaks during construction and beyond with Local Mode for Flo by Moen's detection system.
E2 Homes and E2 Roofing CEO Elizabeth Evans shares how military and remodeling careers can intersect, how she delegates work most efficiently, how she split one brand into two, and how she built a trustworthy team.
The company claims the new shipping guarantee is an industry first.
Material shortages and delays have dealt the largest shock to project costs during the pandemic. Here's what remodelers have learned.
This year’s New American Remodel aims to unify indoors and outdoors through views and landscaping.
A smart wine dispenser and custom cabinetry kit for an integrated look.
When the pandemic hit, kitchens were no longer limited to meal prep and entertaining. Here are the requests remodelers are seeing in kitchen renovations.
Stainless steel outdoor cabinetry that resists rusting while giving remodelers the look of interior kitchen design.
The 2020 ICC-700 National Green Building Standard® (2020 NGBS) resource book builds on over a decade of green building experience.
Three unique kitchen designs speak to homeowner personalities with mixed materials, interesting textures, and generous pops of color.
Custom wood doors that give remodelers flexibility in design and durability in the installation.
The Biden administration has proposed a massive $2 trillion infrastructure package that includes over $200 billion to build, preserve and retrofit more than 2 million homes and commercial buildings.
The layout has quite a few asterisks next to its title as ‘most popular floor plan.’ We explore its history, controversy, and its fate.
Privacy, health, and space will lead design requests in 2021.