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PR October 2014


PR October 2014

2014 Design Awards

Project of the Year

Measuring Design Space

Flooring Trends

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2nd Extreme Sales Summit Draws 300+ Attendees

Slated to be held again in 2015, the Extreme Sales Summit is the only conference devoted entirely to in-home selling.

Mark Richardson: Family Dynamic

Looking at your business as a patient helps you make decisions based on its health and well-being.

Craig Durosko: Books that can Improve Your Life and Business

This month, I wanted to review a few good books I’ve read that focus on personal growth as well as your business.

David Lupberger: Business Exit and Transition Planning

It’s easy to look several years down the road and think business exiting and transition planning are not a priority. The common sentiment is that you can do it later. The issue I see with most remodeling contractors is they never start transition planning. As such, they are risking their biggest investment.

Selling Energy Efficiency to Reluctant Americans

Homeowners have done some energy efficiency improvements, but they haven’t seen results in the form of lower energy bills, and so they blame their utility and decide energy-efficient improvements aren’t worth it.

Remodeler's Exchange: Leading Design Solutions

This month, the Remodeler’s Exchange features two remodeling professionals who founded and operate full-service design-build firms. Professional Remodeler’s Tom Swartz spoke with David Adams and current NAHB Remodelers chairman Paul Sullivan about the process they use to guide clients through the design-build process.

Professional Remodeler's 2014 Design Awards

Our panel of experts evaluated more than 150 remodeling projects from across the country, reviewing each for a bevy of criteria. Following hours of discussion and debate, the projects were narrowed down and recognized per their classification.

2014 Professional Remodeler Design Awards Project of the Year: Neo-Groovy Getaway

Dubbe Moulder Architects and Hobbs Custom Builders transform a dark, dated ski chalet into a light-filled, spacious vacation home.

K&B Design: Measuring Design Space

When measuring an existing space, the designer needs to document all items within that given space along with adjacent items that relate to the space.

Product Trends: Fresh Flooring

On-trend woods and wood-inspired laminates take on a new but rustic look.