PR June 2003
Over the past two years, engineered quartz stone surfaces have made an aggressive entry into the marketplace, finding a niche between solid surfaces and granite.
Pictures from NARI Spring Boards, volunteer projects and a Vendor Appreciation Day.
A water feature gives a rural home the wow factor.
When the Porters turned to Urbieta Construction Inc. in Dayton, Ohio, for an addition onto their home, they wanted more space to entertain and house relatives from overseas in an environment that looked and felt of Old World England.
Building a child's room is more than creating a place for a little person to sleep at night.
Every homeowner deserves a nice design, no matter how small the project.
In Columbus, Ohio, the city is giving money to remodelers who rehabilitate single-family homes within five neighborhood investment districts.
Marketing in partnership with a credible third-party organization can bring more sales your way.
Every year, S.J. Janis Company Inc. in Wauwatosa, Wis., holds a dinner event that does triple-duty as a state of the union, in-house education session and awards ceremony.
Benjamin Moore's Personal Color Viewer Professional is a software program that allows clients and contractors to visualize what an exterior or interior would look like in a certain color.
Many of the most exceptional remodeling designs are drawn by architects hired directly by their clients. The trick for remodelers who don’t run design/build firms is to figure out how to become a member of this team.
In a high-rise home, it pays to prepare for building restrictions, parking crunches and permit pickiness.
New technology makes it easy to add or replace a fireplace anywhere, while improving energy efficiency and indoor air quality.
As the remodeling market grows ever more competitive, it becomes impossible to ignore other industry players, regardless of your company's size or time in the business.
If you're like most remodelers I've met, you find certain aspects of your business exciting and intellectually stimulating, but other aspects have far less appeal.
Today's sales process is more casual than the old high-pressure approach.