Our editors have been looking at the bigger picture of the remodeling industry going forward, and without jumping the gun, here are some trends, I think, which offer the greatest challenge and/or opportunity for remodelers in the coming years.
Focus on What You Can Control
Qualified Remodeler Editor Patrick OToole talks about keeping the leads coming and gearing up for more remodeling work
Architect Damian Kelly of Gardner/Fox Associates helped a family re-create their ‘lower level’ by taking away rooms and walls
Systems, Success and Succession
Remodeling Clients Score their Remodelers on Customer Satisfaction
Referrals and Repeat Business Result from Customer Satisfaction
Qualified Remodeler editor Patrick OToole discusses what the EPA is doing to the RRP rule to help remodelers out
Qualified Remodeler editor in chief Patrick OToole discusses the difference between narrowcasting and broadcasting as it relates to remodeling
Qualified Remodeler editor in chief Patrick Otoole discusses the passing of Don Novak
Qualified Remodeler Editor Patrick OToole talks about the 2010 Kitchen Bath Industry Show and Conference
Four leading designers see a stronger kitchen and bath remodeling market in the months ahead as clients, chastened by economic adversity, restart delayed projects
Landis Construction of Washington DC takes on a historic restoration project and gets it LEED qualified
Jackson and LeRoy Remodeling is chosen as the NAHB Remodeler of the Month for March 2010
Qualified Remodeler Editor in Chief Patrick OToole talks about the EPAs new Lead Paint rule to take effect in April
Exterior Contractor talks to Stephen Klein of Kachina about the new lead paint rule.
Austin remodeling project preserves Mid-Century Modern home
Harvards Kermit Baker discusses the road ahead for the remodeling market
Qualified Remodeler editor Patrick OToole discusses what it means to make a market rather than take a market
Qualified Remodeler Editor Patrick OToole shares his opinion on a variety of topics
Erik Jarnryd talks to Qualified Remodeler about how he is motivating Harvey Building Products to go Green
A profile of the first LEED Platinum renovation in the state of Michigan.
Douglas L Sutton is the 2009 NAHB Remodeler of the Year