Kaitlin Schuler is the special projects editor for Pro Remodeler.
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The NAHB Leading Suppliers Council named Heatlok HFO Pro the winner of the award for innovation
The latest kitchen trend data from Houzz shows bigger financial investments accompanied by smaller project scopes. But why?
Simply Sold founder Ashley Wainscott is no stranger to burnout—but after a health scare, she knows more about how to head it off
Liysa Callsen, chief communications officer for CJC Carpentry, is also so much more: an improv loving, marketing-minded, sign language interpreter who one day found her way into the trades.
5 trends in smart home technology for remodelers to keep on their radar in 2020 and beyond
Featuring Allison Iantosca, president and owner of the renowned F.H. Perry Builder
Owner of Easton Roofing says the damage has already been done
A reminder to all contractors of the costs of ignoring safety protocols
The inaugural episode of Women at WIRC, a podcast for and about the women of remodeling and construction
Industry organization Texas Women in Trades connects tradeswomen to employers and each other, while educating future generations on construction and remodeling
Robi Kirsic, NARI National’s current president, has shown impressive drive in the remodeling industry time and again. So, what’s next?
The frequency and intensity of severe weather events continue to increase in the U.S. How are remodelers responding?
5 trends in commercial truck and van sales that help contractors make the most of company vehicles
NAHB remodelers’ annual celebration at the international builders’ show showcased the best and most innovative of the remodeling industry
7 rules for creating zero punch-list remodeling jobs
Carl Callsen comes from a family of carpenters, but he is different from his parents in one extremely important way
A Chicagoland remodeler turns his bland backyard into an outdoor oasis
The trend toward remodels with large, luxurious bathrooms will continue in 2019
After a nearly 50-year career, Martha Kerr’s impact on the remodeling industry, and the women within it, isn’t going anywhere.