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The New American Remodel 2020: Making a Home That Fits

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The New American Remodel 2020: Making a Home That Fits

A look at this year's home, which aims to serve as a design beacon to new developments in its palm-heavy, stucco-clad, equestrianian neighborhood on the outskirts of Las Vegas


March 30, 2020
the new american remodel 2020

Enjoy this free webinar provided by Pro Remodeler and the National Association of Home Builders, in which our managing editor James McClister discusses the planning and design of the 2020 New American Remodel with the pros behind it: Josh Anderson and Josh Moser of Element Building Company, and architect Phil Kean of Phil Kean Design Group

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