PR December 2003
Resources from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, BuildingGreen, the Copper Development Association, and Andersen Windows are now available online and in electronic format.
Successful remodelers know that the days of waiting for someone else to measure their success are over.
This screened porch gives Midwesterners three-season use.
This 300-square-foot porch was rebuilt to accommodate the second-floor loads of a room addition built directly above it.
Pictures from the Builders Association of Greater Boston, the Idaho Remodeler's Association, and the Florida Home Builders Association's annual awards reception.
Mold, mildew, faulty building performance, sick building syndrome, etc., are this generation's versions of Mrs. O’Leary’s cow, wake-up calls announcing that we have to change how we build and fix most of what we have built.
Each area of this home is decorated in a specific Asian theme, so creating a visual impact in the bathroom required close attention to detail and a true understanding of interior design.
The homeowners wanted the simple, clean lines of the bathroom to reflect their minimalist, contemporary style.
A spec remodel becomes a universal design showcase, bicentennial celebration and nonprofit fund-raiser
Stock cabinetry is an effective, affordable and attractive option for giving consumers the high design they demand
Prevailing wisdom says creating a national remodeling company like the national builders that dominate the new-home industry is not possible, but the times are changing.
DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen brings service and design to midlevel consumers while promising franchisees strong margins and quality of life
To build publicity, one remodeler displayed 30 plastic 'campaign signs' when local elections were being held in his area in November.
Homeowner expenditures on remodeling rose 6.6% during the four quarters ending Sept. 30 to an annualized rate of $125.2 billion, according to the latest Remodeling Activity Indicator report from the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard Universit...