PR November 1999
Converting a company to handle an in-house, profitable design staff takes time.
Next year, Professional Remodeler will publish 12 issues--including three product tabloids.
Restoration of a fire- and smoke-damaged house.
Mark Brick takes the design/build concept a step further by hiring architects.
Letters to the editor about handling bad press and customizing draw schedules.
Woods Restoration Services strives to lessen the trauma for its fire-restoration clients.
Gary Nash, owner of Nash Construction, developed a 12-point checklist that describes every phase of the construction process to clients.
The financial breakdown of the Turcotte fire-restoration project.
High-traffic-area paint jobs almost certainly call for some sort of special finish to increase the durability and cleanability of a remodeler’s work, but finishes, especially mid-range finishes, are also being used to add style to interior rooms.
How to market to generations X and Y.
Working as a designer/architect for B&E Contractors offers hands-on learning.
Volunteering is good for Alan Derrick's business and his conscience.
Several major problems exist with low-flow toilets.
W.R. Meadows, Inc. announces the availability of a 12-page, four-color SEALTIGHT Restoration Products Usage Selector Guide No. 97RP.
W.R. Meadows, Cemplank, Alcoa
Solatube's website, www.solatube.com includes tips to help remodelers determine the best location for a tubular skylight.
Rehabilitation codes that were demonstrated effective in New Jersey have been accepted into the International Residential Code.