PR June 2000

August 16, 2010

Features

During an initial meeting with a potential client, a remodeler notices that the homeowners are having difficulty visualizing the project from his sketches.

Quality management practice has a simple goal: customer satisfaction.

According to Department of Labor's 1997 statistics, falls from ladders accounted for 64.3 fatal injuries in the construction category. Taking safety precautions when using ladders may reduce the risk of accidents.

The NAHB Research Center is celebrating the release of the 10th edition of its Directory of Accessible Building Products

When taking over the family remodeling business from a father, a woman must overcome a whole set of obstacles - owning a company in a male-dominated industry and filling a father’s shoes.

Home Repair Remodeling Act requires all remodelers to hand out a pamphlet called 'Home Repair: Know Your Consumer Rights'

About 88 percent of remodelers have Internet access, although only 23 percent use it for lead generation.

Antique lumber can add authenticity to a historic remodel or lend character to any job

How to install large paneling

Ken Kanline, director of the Chrysalis Awards and owner of the Southern Building Show, offers remodelers advice on how to enter and win design award programs.

It’s not too early to register for the Remodelers’ Show, which will be held in the revitalized city of Detroit.

A couple of months ago, we bragged a bit about the terrific effort on the part of our local Remodelors Council to introduce high schoolers to remodelers, showing them the variety of career opportunities available in this industry

Clad windows can bring longevity and leak protection to remodeling projects.

The industry’s labor problem has been a hot topic of conversation for many years. Rather than continue to rehash the same old debate, Professional Remodeler, along with Professional Builder, has teamed with the Home Builders Institute and...

When remodelers sell clients, the line between being persuasive and being pushy is wire-thin.

Bill Medina, CGR, represents all that remodeling excellence embodies.

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