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A few months ago I got a call from John, a small remodeler with a 10-year track record and a respectable reputation.
The proposed Historic Homeownership Assistance Act received the support of the U.S. Conference of Mayors during its summer meeting in Madison, Wis.
'Buyer, beware!' might be advisable for consumers, but 'Remodeler, beware!' is appropriate when it comes to state laws concerning home-improvement contractors.
Wherever they stand on the continuum — all-out effort to comply, head-in-the-sand denial that the rules exist, or somewhere in between — all remodelers face risks when it comes to lead paint and...
Working with real estate agent Marlene Graham on the master bath in her 1979 house, Tallahassee, Fla., builder and remodeler Mark Worley wowed her and her husband, Bill, by bringing in the project...
It’s inevitable: The time will come when a product specified in the plans is not available or is out of stock, and you need to substitute a lesser-known product
Between new codes and new employees, your crews likely will have code questions.
Products American Standard Inc. filed a lawsuit against Kohler Co. on May 23 to prevent Kohler from promoting and selling its newly introduced Meadowland single-bowl kitchen sink.
Home Repair Remodeling Act requires all remodelers to hand out a pamphlet called 'Home Repair: Know Your Consumer Rights'
The new International Residential Building Code (IRC), which is set to take affect this month, includes specific requirements that offer even more opportunities for basement finishing projects.
Membership Profile: Leroy Ostlund, CGR
The remodeling industry has received a boost from government reporting agencies, but those same agencies continue to be unable to gather information on remodeling spending.