Kitchen & Bath Design News
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Samsung Enters U.S. With Staron
La Mirada, CA Samsung/Cheil Industries has formally entered the
U.S. market with its "Staron" brand of solid surface material, the
According to Samsung, it has entered into an...
Reps may very well be your number one business asset.
There's some good news, some bad news and some decidedly
enlightening news out there for independent dealers as the torrid
summer heat blankets most of the country, and the kitchen/bath
market, likewise, continues to sizzle.
The news I'm...
Employee benefits have a long and cherished history in the U.S.
Profit sharing, pension and health benefit plans can be traced back
a century or more. But this important part of our employee's
compensation package didn't really take off in...
NARI Cites 'Excellence' in Kitchens,
Atlantic City, NJ The National Association of the Remodeling
Industry has honored its 1999 Contractor of the Year (CotY)
regional and honorable mention winners for "outstanding"
Finding Just the Right Fit
When it comes to bath sinks and faucets, transitional is in,
defined by the increasing use of an eclectic mix of traditional and
contemporary styles, materials and colors.
Everything old really is new again. Due to...
In many ways, your position as contractor is like that of a team
Home offices are becoming a need for nearly everyone, from the
young Generation-X buyer and the early Baby Boomer to young
children. In the near future, anybody and everybody will utilize a
computer. The jury is still out as to where and how this...
SolidSurface Magazine, Aimed at Fabricators, Acquired by
Melville, NY Cygnus Publishing, the Melville, NY-based parent
company of Kitchen & Bath Design News, has acquired
SolidSurface magazine, The Journal of the Solid Surface Industry,
Unaided Brand-name Awareness is Low
Most kitchen and bath product brands in all key categories
apparently remain a well-kept-secret to the average home
improvement consumer, whose brand-name awareness is extensive by
More and more shops are turning to outside suppliers to provide both product and services that used to be done in-house.