In This Issue: January 2008
This is a real-life design/build example of what goes on in the fast-paced world in which we live and work.
NAHB emphasizes educational programs to maximize the return on investment for show attendees.
The savvy customer will realize the value of training, certification and experience vs. price and ultimately will choose the entity that provides the highest quality and service.
With kitchens and baths becoming more complex, designers and builders must stay current on the latest recommendations for creating rooms that satisfy today’s changing consumer needs and lifestyles.
When I started my design/build company, the construction department was comprised of one superintendent.
Hillside site’s rebuilt home rights the wrongs of the demolished home by maximizing the dramatic views of Los Angeles.
Residential Design & Build 6th Annual
A sampling of new products in the kitchen faucet market
A reference guide excerpted from the NKBA Professional Resource Library and brought to you by Residential Design & Build and Qualified Remodeler magazine.
The advent of electronics technology has added value and excitement to the home.
Always a highlight for those attending the NAHB Custom Builder Symposium, 2007’s home tour wowed custom builders once again.
Planning the cooking center is more complicated today than in the past when the range was the only cooking appliance.
The grooming center should not be thought of as just the bathroom sink or the lavatory.
Sometimes you need to experience the wrong way of doing something to appreciate the right way of doing it.
Jaclo Industries steps into the world of luxury showering with its Dream Light rain canopy.
Technology surrounds and positively affects the owners of this home, yet its aesthetic impact is minimized.
While the basic activity of the bathing/showering center is cleansing the body, there is a wide range of associated activities that take place in this area.
A proper wine cellar allows homeowners to carefully cradle their tasty investments.
The sink center is the most used center in the kitchen because it is the place of both food preparation and cleanup.
Benefits of impact-resistant windows go beyond the obvious and include security, health and financial advantages.