PR January 2010

August 16, 2010


Case Design/Remodeling is named Professional Remodeler's 2010 Remodeler of the Year

Here's how remodelers and home builders can make sure their trade contractors follow green building practices

Professional Remodeler Editor in Chief Jonathan Sweet says Home Start is a Great Program that will Help Remodelers

It's out with the old and in with the new ways of marketing if you're going to survive. These remodelers lead the way.

Instead of building an addition, some homeowners may want to dig down and convert a crawlspace into a full basement

Hydronic, or water-based, systems have become one of the most popular and often the most cost-effective whole-house radiant heating systems for heating-dominated zones

Professional Remodeler research shows clients are changing what they choose to remodel and how they do it

A solid social media campaign runs deeper than setting up Twitter and Facebook accounts. Professional Remodeler digs into how a remodeler should get organized to get results.

Taken from a White Paper based on exclusive research on water management by Building Design+Construction, Professional Builder and Professional Remodeler.

Remodelers are dealing with a serious case of burnout. Remodeling executives offer these tips to maintain a work/life balance

Doug Dwyer examines how the recession is affecting remodelers

Massachusetts-based Environmental Health & Engineering recently concluded a five-month indoor air quality study for the U.S. government and the Consumer Products Safety Commission. The study found a strong association between the presence of Chinese drywall, low-level concentrations of hydrogen sulfide and corrosion of metals in homes.

Analysis on when it's the right time to re-hire laid-off employees

Professional Remodeler interviews generational expert and author Neil Howe about what remodelers can expect from echo boomers and millennials

The Home Star program — or "Cash for Caulkers" as some have dubbed it — could provide a big boost to home energy efficiency through billions in tax credits and other incentives over two years.

Professional Remodeler's Tom Swartz talked to remodelers George Cleary and Bob DuBree about the challenges of cutting overhead but still delivering quality to employees and clients.

How a remodeling company can create an effective misison statement

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