This remodel provides the homeowner with a much-needed boost to accessibility and quality of life but doesn’t break the bank
These heating-cooling marvels work great but don’t always go with the rest of the room. Here are five ways to dress them up or conceal them altogether.
The New American Remodeled Home reinvents a dated 1987 Florida residence
Being a lover and student of old houses is one thing. Owning and carefully remodeling one is another matter.
Trim-Tex names Sheldon Hawk the winner for the 2015 Drywall Artist of the Year
Rather than be part of the “good enough” majority, why not make a push to move up?
A closer look at the kitchen and bath of the 2015 Model ReModel project in Dallas by Hatfield Builders & Remodelers, with Professional Remodeler
The clients want to find better use for the vast expanse of space in this large bathroom. 3-D models and color renderings will help them envision the options
New state-of-the-art manufacturing and printing techniques have resulted in much more intriguing and versatile tiles.
This awkwardly shaped kitchen is inefficient, with lots of wasted space and not enough storage. Plus, side-door traffic runs right through the work area.
In this remodel, a trusting client and a thoughtful remodeler come together to connect a lakeside house to its unique site
One bath used to be the rule, but these days one bath per bedroom is the trend. A second-floor addition is the answer, but it takes three tries to help clients work through the problem.
With initial cost for bulbs coming down, there just aren’t any good reasons left for not making the switch to LEDs
Real estate brokers report that many home buyers look for a kitchen washed in white
A look at what clients will be asking for in kitchen and bath design in 2015.
You never know where you're going to find innovation. Here are four cases of old materials put to new uses, including creating new materials. What's it got to do with Remodeling?
Listen to your clients and listen to what they want. Figure out what their needs are and don’t just try to apply the same solution you used on the last job, or something that you just saw recently in a magazine. Listen to the clients and find out what they truly need, and then design to that specific--Paul Sullivan, President, The Sullivan Co., Newton, Mass.
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.