David Moore

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The One Way To Resolve Remodelers' Hiring Woes The One Way To Resolve Remodelers' Hiring Woes

Given all the seemingly intractable problems that remodelers face when finding new workers, their best solution is to promote training programs. Read more

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Where and How To Look for a Good Hire Where and How To Look for a Good Hire

A Tennessee remodeler has rebuilt his staff by recruiting college graduates who don't know his business but have the drive and aptitude to learn. Read more

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Oklahoma Senator Inhofe Introduces LRRP Amendments

Legislation would reinstate opt-out clause and reduce fines for first-time document error fines. Read more

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Grand Award, Kitchen Remodeling Over $100,000: Center of Attention

A cramped galley kitchen is opened up and transformed into the centerpiece for casual living and outdoor entertaining. Read more

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Before+After: Crackerbox Becomes Craftsman

A pop-up Craftsman addition calculates all the right angles -- for homeowner, remodeler, and architect alike.Homeowners David Griffen and Kathy Moran had their own exacting demands: to reuse the existing house (forget about a teardown); to double its square footage; to retain the replacement windows and updated open kitchen Moore and Nassar put in five years ago as part of a more modest remodel; and, finally, to stay true to the Craftsman ideal. Read more

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The Life of A Remodeler

No one has ever polled the remodeling industry to find out how happy or fulfilled remodeling company owners are, but it's a safe bet many are living a life somewhat different from David Moore's.Many overstressed remodeling company owners who've found a proper balance between life and work say there came a moment when they realized they simply couldn't go on the way they were. Read more

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