PR September 2010

September 15, 2010

Features

The EPA lead rule continues to pose challenges for remodelers

Makers of heavy-duty pickup trucks vie for best-in-class payload and towing ratings; exhaust brakes and cab technology rival the big rigs.

The whole premise of pay-for-performance advertising is that you actually know what parts of your advertising are working. Even better, you only pay for it if it delivers.

How remodelers can deal with the IRS's new focus on independent contractors

Laticrete Floor Heat offers an exclusive self-adhesive mesh and wire backing designed for faster and easier installation.

Duchateau introduces the Vernal Collection, a series of premium-grade European Oak flooring.

The Portsmouth bathroom collection from American Standard offers a complete range of solid-brass bath faucets and shower fittings with the latest water conservation technology.

Brizo expands its offerings with the Baliza bath collection, inspired by lighthouses and their iconic nautical beacons.

Remodelers not buying in to trend as quickly as others, study says

Central Austin is a desired locale for those living in the Texas city because of its picturesque neighborhoods and proximity to amenities. That was why the owners of this small bungalow in Central Austin didn't want to move even as their family outgrew the home. Enter CG&S Design-Build.

Even with tax credits soon to expire, manufacturers expect market to stay strong

Bridget Brennan, an expert on female consumer behavior, talks about how to sell to that important demographic

Jackson Design and Remodeling keeps strong by sticking with what made them successful

A positive culture leads not only to happy employees, but also a more successful business

Five years later, Professional Remodeler's 2005 Remodeler of the Year's diversified approach is paying dividends

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