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Tightening this complex intersection of framing materials
Tradeoffs are a fact of life for remodeling Clients. To make good decisions, they need information...all of it.
It's rare to find lighting guidelines backed up by documented field testing
The solution to handling stress often lies in better time management
A few easy-to-learn prompts combined with strong listening skills can help increase your close rate and avoid unhappy clients
In a tightly air-sealed house, a mechanical ventilation system ensures a healthy exchange of fresh air
The New American Remodeled home’s interior shows off the latest products and technologies
A computer lighting model converts input (such as ceiling and counter height, fixture and lamp type, surface color and reflectance, etc.) into both 2D output showing projected fc levels at every point on a 2x2 grid (above right), and a 3D model of the room showing the effects of the lighting plan (above). Current light levels at the island (right) are more than three times the 15 fc readings taken before the kitchen remodel.
Real-world footcandle readings shine a light on the importance of recessed fixture size, lamp type, and fixture location
Many remodelers don’t know how to talk about chemical sensitivity
He found out that asking for the sale was a lot easier when it followed all the other steps in the selling system.
Service issues are a touchy but inevitable part of the window replacement business.
Grow your team by cloning your best salesperson
How to prevent moisture damage in residential and commercial bathrooms
When a balloon loses air or depressurizes, it gets smaller (and makes a funny sound), but houses don’t roll like that
Most shower leaks occur at curbs, corners and drains. Building redundancy into the system reduces the risk.
Restored ironwork and a return to French doors in the façade keep the focus of The New American Home on the original home’s core as something that remained true to its period design while also transcending the traditional architecture of its old Orlando neighborhood. The side additions and connecting stone-and-brick terraces project a timeless estate feel that fits Florida, but would be equally at home in the Northeast or Midwest.
Carefully chosen and finely detailed products define the 2018 New American Remodel
How three unrelated companies became distinguished voices in a crowded industry
How can indoor air quality become so bad when there's penty of venting and no toxic materials?