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NARI elects new officers for 2012-2013

During the spring 2012 House of Delegates meeting, the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) named immediate Past President Michael Hydeck, MCR, CKBR, of Hydeck Design Build in Telford, Pa., as its chairman of the board; Dean Herriges, MCR, CKBR of Urban Herriges & Sons Inc. in Mukwonago, Wis., was also elevated to the office of president.

NKBA appoints Bill Darcy as new CEO

The National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) today announced the promotion of Bill Darcy to CEO.

Hands-on review: Kindle Fire for remodelers

The pros and cons of using the Kindle Fire in your remodeling business

Exterior/Replacement: 6 ideas for improving business now

Actionable tips that you can put in place today for an immediate payoff

Plan to have housing industry pay for payroll tax cut passes Senate

Two-month extension would be funded by tacking extra fees onto Fannie and Freddie mortgages

Remodeler of the Year: Anthony Home Improvements

Adaptability and a willingness to find a market make Anthony Home Improvements Remodeler of the Year

Mortgage rates at lowest in 50 years

Mortgage rates reached record lows last week, following the Federal Reserve’s recent policy statement and continued concerns over the European debt market. Rates on the 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage were at their lowest in 50 years, averaging 4.15 percent.

Editorial: Innovate Now

Smart companies are grabbing market share now and will reap the benefits when the recovery comes

NARI to Certify Remodeling Project Managers

Trade association first to offer certification for project managers

Lead paint: EPA won't require post-project clearance testing

Citing concerns over cost, EPA won't require third-party clearance testing for pre-1978 remodels

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