A pro's favorite cabinet installation tool that saves time and labor.
Want to incorporate trending shades into your renovations while creating a unique design? Look no further.
In addition to its ADA-compliance and green design, the manufacturer claims that it will save installers time and material costs.
Radiant flooring with cement-free installation
A shingle that exudes warmth by Owens Corning
One pro shares her favorite CRM that everyone on her team uses for contracts, scheduling, and more.
These fine white filaments are mycelium—basically mushroom roots. It is the means by which fungus stays connected and nuorished, but researchers have also discovered it may be a means to disrupt the building materials market. Insulation, door cores, flooring, cladding, light fixtures, furniture—mycelium is a cheap, durable, and easy to manufacture alternative to all and more.
With price spikes and shortages of traditional building materials, it may be time to start considering non-traditional ones
One pro's favorite platform fosters collaboration and team investment in the hiring process.
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In light of the IBSx announcement, Managing Editor James McClister reviews four remodeling products that manufacturers sent to him.
How a salesman became an inventor who became a business owner that ended up on Shark Tank (and not by application but by request)
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A storage system that converts the lid into usable space
An on-site, reusable paint booth that solves the problem of makeshift overspray protection
A hidden clip for metal framing featuring a drill-point screw that can engage within two seconds
This pro's favorite esignature tool shortens the time spent tracking down client approvals
Keep up with the latest tech with these innovative remodeling and home improvement products.
One pro's favorite access panels can blend into the background and come in custom sizes.
A 70% increase to softwood lumber products prices in single-family homes is landing first on contractors and then on to homeowners