You bet they are. In fact, you can borrow to pay in time to get the discount and still come out ahead.
Goodbye bull-and-jam demo. Magnets and drills are cleaner—and ultimately faster—than sledgehammers.
Beauty meets performance and fine design in this Arizona home
The Model ReModel projects are all but complete
The 2020 New American Remodel is a masterful example of modern design customized for one particular site
Liysa Callsen, chief communications officer for CJC Carpentry, is also so much more: an improv loving, marketing-minded, sign language interpreter who one day found her way into the trades.
5 trends in smart home technology for remodelers to keep on their radar in 2020 and beyond
"You won’t see the lighting strip, but you will still get the benefits of an illuminated pathway when you have to get up in the middle of the night."
"Normally we’d pay four times the amount for this kind of look..."
Complying with OSHA’s safety rules requires planning, training and (most of all) supervision
Featuring Allison Iantosca, president and owner of the renowned F.H. Perry Builder
Working in the remodeling trades increases the odds that you will abuse opioids—except in the case of Austin Donalson
Some remodelers are having a good year, but there are storm clouds on the horizon
There is no fee to enter, and you may submit multiple candidates from the same organization. Submissions are due Jan. 22, 2020.
Why taking a second look at your insurance audit is worth the effort
Trowel-on flashing is a good solution for fat-wall openings into which windows are partly or fully recessed
The crew sheathed the walls with ZIP System panels from Huber Engineered Woods. ZIP System panels have an air- and moisture-resistive barrier that, when used with ZIP System Flashing Tape, protects against air and water intrusion. Theflashing tape is very sticky, and technique matters. Tape in a sequence that creates overlaps that promote moisture drainage: lowest horizontal seams first; then vertical seams immediately above, overlapping at the intersections; then the next course of horizontal seams; and so on.
This retirement home packs a lot of quality construction into a small space
The goal was to transform a compact A-frame into a spacious mountain retreat. The first floor featured a dramatic, vaulted living space with mountain views. But the U-shaped kitchen layout squeezed traffic in the house between the peninsula and a narrow set of stairs. The master bedroom, which was downstairs as well, needed more square footage.
Upstairs, the steeply sloped A-frame roof cut headroom dramatically, so the bedrooms felt cramped. The homeowners wanted a master suite up top. Architect Doug Walter had his work cut out for him.
We are featuring two projects this year—on opposite sides of the country
A miter saw built like no other