PR June 2011

June 08, 2011

Outdoor Living | Franchises & Dealerships | Siding Research | Kitchen & Bath Design


Master bath conceals accessibility features within stylish design

Composite decking offers some advantages, but wood is still the most common choice

Sterling’s Lawson Air Massage bath features a design that emulates that of an ergonomic chair, with a gently curving back rest and large, rounded edges.

Armstrong’s Duality fiberglass vinyl sheet flooring combines realistic, three-dimensional visuals with the company’s new ToughGuard Flex backing for increased durability.

After a long wait, EPA is ramping up RRP enforcement against remodelers and other contractors

People tend to find evidence to support their existing beliefs, and ignore
evidence that goes against them

Buying in to a franchise or dealership can be a good way to grow your business

Top ideas from the NKBA's annual design competition

The rules governing lead paint and renovation continue to evolve, presenting new challenges for remodelers.

Analyzing where you excel and where you fall short can have a great impact on your company

Every remodeler is a salesperson

Prices and scope of projects increasing as remodelers find solid exterior business, survey says

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