Contractor and suppliers band together to create buzz in a slow housing market.
Transforming a 1950s tract home into an ideal green house.
Geoff Horen, CAPS; The Lifestyle Group, Indianapolis
Stephen Robinson, CGB, CGR, GMB, CAPS; R.E. Construction & Maintenance Services, New Castle, Ind.
Creative incentive programs keep employess happy and motivated.
Joe Logar Sr., CR; AAA Services of Central Florida, Largo, Fla.
Personalization is the hottest trend in kitchens and baths.
A fashion designer creates an outside bath experience in Potomac, Md.
“I didn’t come in here with a plan to revolutionize the business. I wanted to challenge convention and, in the process, have some fun.”
A look at the business practices of a new generation of remodelers.
Remodelers share their tips on how to tighten and improve construction estimates.
Riggs Construction & Design, Kirkwood, Mo., markets packaged projects to help ease remodeling fears.
How a 1910 church was converted and born again as a home designed for entertaining.
An 1860s building is restored for use as a high-end hat store and loft apartment
Treating your trade partners like part of the team is key to a successful relationship.
Renewal by Andersen Las Vegas/Phoenix uses education to bring in customers.
This 980-sq.-ft. vacation home incorporates sustainable materials without sacrificing good design.
As kitchens and baths evolve into fashion centers, homeowners and manufacturers alike are racing to become the trendiest on the block.
Ensuring that a remodeling business survives beyond retirement has become an important goal for many remodelers.
Manufacturers are focusing on battery technology to provide increased run times, lighter tools and more power.
Remodeler Turett use creativity for builds.
Space planning was acquired at a very young age as she went straight from high school to the drawing table.