National Kitchen & Bath Association

Kitchens and Bath Remodels Are a $31B Market Today, NKBA Estimates
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Kitchens and Bath Remodels Are a $31B Market Today, NKBA Estimates

That's about a quarter of all remodeling dollars spent in 2015 Read more

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OK and B? NKBA Index Shows K&B Dealers Remain Confident

Recent market forecast shows some encouraging findings. Read more

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Making Plans: NKBA Surveys Homeowners to Find out Their K and B Remodeling Plans Making Plans: NKBA Surveys Homeowners to Find out Their K and B Remodeling Plans

Consumer survey of more than 5,500 homeowners reveals likelihood of kitchen and bath remodeling for various demographics. Read more

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ASID Presses for Laws Governing Kitchen Design ASID Presses for Laws Governing Kitchen Design

The American Society of Interior Designers is pressing for laws throughout the country that will regulate who can and cannot design kitchens, baths, and cabinets. Read more

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Driving Factors

The 2008 Kitchen/Bath Industry Outlook (K/BIO), published by the National Kitchen & Bath Association, in Hackettstown, N.J., has identified 10 factors that will continue to drive K&B remodeling throughout the country this year and beyond. Read more

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Survey details aspects of kitchen use

The National Kitchen & Bath Association and the Department of Near Environments at Virginia Tech funded the research reported in "Someone's in the Kitchen." Read more

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Head of the Class

NKBA continuing education promotes green design principles. Read more

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Business and Design Books for Industry Professionals

The National Kitchen & Bath Association now offers a Professional Resource Library ó a series of business and design books for industry professionals. The series includes nine volumes that cover design, products, residential construction, mechanical systems, business practices, drawing, installation, and more. Each volume was written by industry experts and reviewed by technical editors and peer professionals. Read more

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Kitchen report finds satisfaction

According to “The Kitchen & Bath Consumer Speaks Out” report from the Home Improvement Research Institute (HIRI) commissioned by the National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA), a majority of homeowners who remodeled their kitchen or bathroom say they were satisfied with the entire process ó including the installation phase. Read more

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