Kacey Larsen joins the editorial team of Qualified Remodeler and ForResidentialPros.com as an Assistant Editor. She graduated from The University of Iowa with bachelor’s degrees in both English and Journalism. This is her first time working for a B2B publication, and she is excited to have the opportunity to learn all she can about the remodeling industry.
Remodelers give back to causes close to their hearts using skills, money and more from their businesses
Empty nesters re-evaluate a room off their entryway where additional storage, custom shelving and privacy improved functionality
Universal design can improve aspects of life for all ages, so why aren’t more remodelers integrating it into designs?
“The 100 Wheels Project” partners with local social service agencies and non-profits, providing bicycles to children in time for the holiday season.
The Central Virginia chapter of NARI is recoginzed in the July community service spotlight for its efforts with Rebuilding Together Richmond
President of C&R Flooring Chris Zizza is recognized in the May community service spotlight for his above and beyond deeds for Marian High School
Remodeling of a second-story condominium takes a unique journey that navigates building association restrictions and ends at the beach
Trim-Tex’s vinyl corner beads can be used to create “drywall art”.
From practical fuctions, like sound reduction and capitalizing on space, to the creative, with material and customization options, interior doors can be used to upgrade any space
OSHA takes a closer look at residential remodeling and building after revising its Hazard Communication Standard
Qualified Remodeler editors report from the 2014 International Builders’ Show and Kitchen/Bath Industry Show in Las Vegas
During a NAHB press conference at IBS, experts reflect on homeowners’ confidence, future growth opportunities in the industry and what remodelers are seeing across the country
Customization options and fuctional, stylish storage solutions dominate bathroom cabinetry trends
McClurg Remodeling & Construction Services partners with others in the community to make people’s lives and Central New York better.
Greg Rehm, owner of Liberty Hill Construction, wants his company to be defined as “community service oriented,” and he leads by example
The uncertainties encountered behind the walls during a home’s fourth remodel were no match for the skills of the team that reimagined this 1937 Seattle home.
Locking and unlocking a residence can now be done via the Kwikset Kevo app.
The community involvement of Louis Krokover, Newday Development, Inc., has spanned 10 years with no signs of stopping.
The chapter of Dream Factory opened by Robin Baine, Baine Conctracting, Inc., and four other women has provided 12 dreams since they originated in 2010.