PR January 2000

August 16, 2010

Features

According to the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University, homeowners spent $92.4 billion remodeling their homes during the past 12 months.

Using tools during the winter can present a safety hazard. Keep in mind the following tips when working in the cold.

Swan Corp. offers a four-page, full-color guide to its new Retrofit Shower Systems.

Remodelers can make custom and semi-custom cabinetry that resembles fine furniture.

Mind Tools may have the answer to your business problem.

Remodelers could be cited for OSHA violations even if their employees are not exposed to the hazard, under Ca

Innovative products put remodelers in a bind.

Several post-secondary industrial arts programs are part of a pilot program to receive woodworking tools in an effort to increase the numbers of students entering the construction trade.

It appears that the U. S. Postal Service survived Y2K, unless it’s Spring and you’re just now reading our January issue.

Today's clients want the character and warm feel of older design with the convenience of modern technology.

Easy-to-remember phone numbers dramatically increase advertising response rates, according to a study by Michael J. Motto Advertising, Providence, N.J.

When a local college student wandered into Magee Construction five years ago to inquire about internship possibilities, Wayne Magee didn’t think his business could afford the time to train an intern or that he even needed the extra help. Today, that on...

Bill Asdal, CGR, of Asdal Builders LLC in Chester, N.J., a long-time member and former chairman of the NAHB Remodelors Council, was named 2000 Remodelor of the Year during the council’s awards banquet in Philadelphia.

The operations manual at TCI is considered a benchmark quality practice by the NAHB Research Center and was instrumental in helping win the company a 2000 National Remodeling Quality Award.

The American Association for Retired Persons (AARP) reported in 1996 that 89 percent of seniors ages 65-74 would like to stay in their homes and never move.

If any doubts remain that the remodeling industry and the Internet would connect, they should be wiped away now that Amazon.com, the Internet’s largest retailer of music, books and videos, has begun to sell hardware products.

Business Management In the book, 'Building Partnerships: How to Work With Trade Contractors,' Bob Whitten offers this tip to remodelers:...

Having lived in their 25-year-old Georgian house for three years, Rob and Nancy Harris were convinced that their kitchen needed an overhaul.

Remodelers who have reached a level of professionalism have moved their estimating process from paper to electronic

Don Novak knows that exhibiting at home shows can pay off-to the tune of $3 million during the 30-plus years he’s had a booth at a local event.

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