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Non-Profit Chapter Completes Its 1,000th Home Renovation
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Non-Profit Chapter Completes Its 1,000th Home Renovation

Rebuilding Together remodeled Diane Williams' home, which now allows her to age in... More

In Historic Move, Latin Builders Back Clinton
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In Historic Move, Latin Builders Back Clinton

The largest Hispanic builders’ group in the country is endorsing Hillary Clinton —... More

NARI Rebrands Itself, Adds 'Remodeling Done Right' Tag
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NARI Rebrands Itself, Adds 'Remodeling Done Right' Tag

First changes in 33 years intended to push remodelers' value to homeowners and... More

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NARI Promotes Staffer to CEO Job

As new EVP, Fred Ulreich takes over daily management of trade group More

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Level Entry: A Call for Industry Standards in Remodeling

Bruce Case weighs in on why it's essential for remodelers to raise the bar for their industry. More

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ASNI Approves Two New Standards for Wood Doors

The American National Standards Institute has approved standards for interior architectural wood flush doors and interior architectural wood stile and rail doors, says the Window and Door Manufacturers Association, which pushed for both additions. More

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WI, FL Remodeling Projects Win Home for Life Awards

Pros from Wisconsin and Florida won Home for Life Awards from the National Association of Home Builders Remodelers for a pair of projects that exemplified excellence in aging-in-place and universal design principles. More

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Chattanooga Man Named NAHB Remodeler of the Year

The�National Association of Home Builders Remodelers�named Tim Swafford of�Swafford Construction, Chattanooga, Tenn., as its 2013 Remodeler of the Year. More

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Remodelers, Others Poke Holes in Arguments for Extending Lead-Paint Rule

Representatives from remodeling groups and industry associations are giving the Environmental Protection Agency numerous reasons why it should reconsider its plans to extend the lead-paint rule to public and commercial buildings. More

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House Bill Seeks To Revise Lead-Paint Rule

Twenty-two members of the House of Representatives caught up with their Senate colleagues May 22 by introducing legislation to lighten the burdens imposed by the Environmental Protection Agency's Lead: Renovation, Repair, and Painting rule. More

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