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NARI offers tips in honor of National Home Improvement Month.
Normandy Remodeling recognized for work on historic Victorian home in LaGrange, Ill.
The Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies predicts a 21-percent increase in 2013 for the remodeling industry, and Normandy is on track to meet or exceed those predictions in 2013.
The National Kitchen and Bath Association held a competition to determine the top 30 remodeling professionals under the age of 30. Jennifer Runner, a designer for Normandy Remodeling,...
New FEMA maps that designate existing homes in flood zones are likely to spark legal action by property owners, says a New Jersey contractor.
Contractors from seven regions around the country vie for CotY Awards on an annual basis. National winners will be announced and honored during NARI’s Evening of Excellence reception April 12 at...
Remodeling giant Neil Kelly Company put together a list of its top 10 home design and remodeling trends for 2013. Top trends include the move toward clean, contemporary kitchen cabinets and the...
GAF announced today the GAF Homeliest Home Contest, together with Ply Gem, starting on June 4, 2012.
CertainTeed Corp. is celebrating the upcoming summer season by kicking off an Exterior Living Spaces Home Makeover Video Contest.
Marvin Windows and Doors announces it is now accepting entries for its fourth annual myMarvin Architect’s Challenge.
The National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) voiced its support for Sen. James Inhofe, ranking member on the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, for introducing S.2148,...
Each year, the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) surveys its members to identify the latest design and specification trends in kitchen and bath design. This year, 350 NKBA members took...
Pantone announced its 2012 color of the year: Tangerine Tango.
The Chrysalis Awards and Professional Remodeler will begin several cooperative efforts to showcase the design and construction skills of the industry.
The industry is seeing a shift from aspirational (formal living rooms, grand foyers, soaker tubs) to the practical (open family rooms, “drop zones,” steam showers).
Paint Quality Institute identifies the colors that will be hot in 2012
Survey shows they see environmental goals as important, but worry about getting products
Benjamin Moore color experts are forecasting that blue will be the trend in 2012.
Marvin Windows and Doors announced the winners of the 2011 Architect’s Challenge, which vary from a classic rural farmhouse in Maine to an ultra-contemporary mountain home in Oregon.