Tools & Equipment
Products from Buildclean, EazyHang, Custom Building Products, Pelican, Titebond Construction Adhesive, Occipital, Mapei, PaintLine, DAP, Form-a-Drain, ZipWall and Bostik.
Protect renovations from leaks during construction and beyond with Local Mode for Flo by Moen's detection system.
This innovative product brings 3D-renderings from your phone without extra attachments.
A pro's favorite cabinet installation tool that saves time and labor.
Plus, other ways to keep your phone safe from a job site's extreme weather
A storage system that converts the lid into usable space
An on-site, reusable paint booth that solves the problem of makeshift overspray protection
Keep up with the latest tech with these innovative remodeling and home improvement products.
A two-part air filtration system that keeps the jobsite clean.
The year's top 100 products as decided by you, our readers
Plott promises its measuring wheel will eliminate cost and increase efficiency
The shingle color of the year is ... blue? Yep! And homeowners can check out multiple options with the new Build Your Roof tool.
Concerns about contracting COVID-19 has caused a run on supplies
A conversation with The New American Remodel’s technology integrator
What we saw at the 2020 International Builders’ Show points towards simplified solutions for remodelers that still add complexity and depth
No more tape, no more rips, no more hassle
End the headache of loose fasteners and stripped screws
A virtual reality platform geared specifically toward restoration and remodeling contractors
5 trends in smart home technology for remodelers to keep on their radar in 2020 and beyond
The goal was to transform a compact A-frame into a spacious mountain retreat. The first floor featured a dramatic, vaulted living space with mountain views. But the U-shaped kitchen layout squeezed traffic in the house between the peninsula and a narrow set of stairs. The master bedroom, which was downstairs as well, needed more square footage.
Upstairs, the steeply sloped A-frame roof cut headroom dramatically, so the bedrooms felt cramped. The homeowners wanted a master suite up top. Architect Doug Walter had his work cut out for him.
We are featuring two projects this year—on opposite sides of the country