David Merrick

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Merit Award, Historically Sensitive Renovation Over $300,000: Historic Collaboration

An elegant and immanently livable design melds old and new in this addition to a 1902 Queen Anne home. More

Estimating RRP's Cost: Lead-Paint Work Plan
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Estimating RRP's Cost: Lead-Paint Work Plan

A step-by-step form for estimating a job that requires lead-safe practices. More

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Building a Future: Effects of the Home Star Bill on Remodeling Building a Future: Effects of the Home Star Bill on Remodeling

Will passage of the Home Star Energy Retrofit bill put remodelers back to work or out of work? More

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NARI Members Go To Washington

During a recent visit to Capitol Hill, remodelers Dave Merrick and Bill Carter are surprised by the level of commitment and openness of legislators toward learning how to make new lead paint laws work for everyone. More

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Remodeling Owner's Manual Remodeling Owner's Manual

One remodeler gathers all appliance information, contracts, and more into a binder to create an owner's manual for clients. More

Digital Dialogue
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Digital Dialogue

The workplace has come a long way thanks to technology ó or perhaps in spite of it... More

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Should You Upgrade to Windows Vista?

If you're a PC user who is wondering whether to upgrade and when and how to best go about it, here are some answers. More

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Using online collaboration tools

David Merrick wanted a way to be more organized and began using Microsoft SharePoint Services, a component of the Windows 2003 Small Business Server. More

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Bank holds renovation expo

Alex Dean has seen the future of home-remodeling shows, and it's practically in his back yard. Dean, president of The Alexander Group, Kensington, Md., spent a recent Saturday morning manning a table at Chevy Chase Bank's first-ever Home Building & Renovation Expo. More

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Small remodelers like it that way

Back when he had 16 people working for him, David Merrick would “watch them make the same mistake again and again,” says the owner of Merrick Design & Build, Kensington, Md. He's happier and more successful running a “practice” with just four employees. More

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