PR April 2000
Working with hardwood in the bathroom, a moisture-filled environment that will expose materials to chemicals, cleansers and humidity, is often avoided by remodelers.
The new International Residential Building Code (IRC), which is set to take affect this month, includes specific requirements that offer even more opportunities for basement finishing projects.
Membership Profile: Leroy Ostlund, CGR
Labor, labor, labor. Ever tire of hearing the refrain? As the crescendo builds, some remodelers are taking action instead of adding their complaints to the din.
If you've ever been stuck with custom building products that were incorrectly ordered, Builders Express.com may provide a way to rid yourself of the surplus while recouping some cash.
Creating effecting lighting schemes for your kitchen requres more than just the flip of a switch.
Field laptops must perform different functions than their office counterparts.
People are often asked, 'How did you get into business?' Many times, it’s surprising to find out it all happened by accident.
Workplace drug abuse costs U.S. businesses more than $100 billion each year in lost productivity, and higher healthcare and workers’ compensation costs
When Michael Dent relocated his office and showroom to a rehabbed house, the efficient, high-exposure site was a move that paid off.
Members of the Home Builders Association of Northern Kentucky’s Registered Remodelors Council renovated approximately 2,800 square feet of office space for the New Hope Center.
This month, we talk taxes with Mark Brick, president, B & E General Contractors Inc., Milwaukee, Wis.
Demand has been building, and now Owens Construction is ready to attack the market.
Consumer requests for green products are driving the building industry to use more materials with low environmental impact.