Documents central to an internal dispute at NARI shed light on how concerns have been raised and met
The DuPont Residential Construction Educational Hub (EDU HUB) will offer customized online learning options.
Sky-high demand has pushed American remodelers to dip into the Canadian lumber supply, already hard-hit by the mountain pine beetle.
Building industry pros applaud the realistic profiles and colors of DaVinci Select Shake tiles. The composite roofing enhances curb appeal and stands up to Mother Nature.
The all-white kitchen is an easy way to make a room look clean and modern, but a longtime remodeler gives his five reasons why remodelers shouldn't default to this kind of design.
Marcus Sheridan, sales expert and author of ’They Ask, You Answer,” shares his marketing insights in his keynote on the first day of the NARI Conference.
The chapter intends to maintain operations as a separate, new remodeling organization
A reminder that Realtors and real estate agents are a route to business
High demand, low inventory are driving up existing home prices as buyers scramble for a sale
In this episode of Remodeling Mastery, host Mark Richardson shares his "Letterman-style" top 10 list of common mistakes that can hurt your remodeling business.
With more homeowners interested in working from home, backyard offices could be a solution for remote work.
Joanna Lily Wong shares her tips on how to balance a room's layout to bring calmness in a space with Feng shui principles.
By salvaging and reclaiming materials during a demo, remodelers can lower their company's carbon footprint and overall building costs.
Meet the New NARI Board of Directors for 2021-2022.
Abbe Will of The Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University walks veteran journalist John Caulfield through the findings, revealing trends in spending, healthy living, and more.
In this episode, host Mark Richardson breaks down the changes and future outlooks for consumers, projects, and business practices in the remodeling industry.
With the rise of personalization and organic design during the pandemic, biophilia has had a moment in remodeling projects. Will it last?