Resilient Design

A Minimalist Makeover in the Swiss Alps
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A Minimalist Makeover in the Swiss Alps

Designed in 1911 to house railroad workers building a Swiss railroad line, the... More

A Fresh Aproach to a Classic Victorian Home
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A Fresh Aproach to a Classic Victorian Home

Behind a façade that maintains several stained-glass birds lies a well-balanced... More

New Orleans Contractor Breathes New Life into Historic Home
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New Orleans Contractor Breathes New Life into Historic Home

A rehab in Old Uptown saves a house from demolition and preserves its charm for... More

Home Builders Seek to Influence Fast-Growing ‘Resiliency’ Initiatives
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Home Builders Seek to Influence Fast-Growing ‘Resiliency’ Initiatives

NAHB resolution preps itself to respond to the movement More

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Underlayment for Resilient Flooring

Should underlayment for resilient tile be installed perpendicular to the joists, like the subfloor, or parallel to the joists? Here's what one JOURNAL OF LIGHT CONSTRUCTION editor says. More

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Are You Going to Court, or Courting Disaster? Are You Going to Court, or Courting Disaster?

Every remodeler has thought about suing a client who doesn't pay what they're owed, but going to court might not be your best option for settling debts. More

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Could Your Business Survive a Disaster? Could Your Business Survive a Disaster?

Ten steps to help you assemble a disaster preparedness plan for your business, with tips from the Insurance Information Institute and the Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety. More

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At Remodeling Leadership Conference, a Recipe for Resilience At Remodeling Leadership Conference, a Recipe for Resilience

At the 2009 Remodeling Leadership Conference, speaker Nate Booth articulated the "bounce back" benefits of resilience through an entertaining and provocative presentation that had the remodelers in the audience examining their leadership styles and business principles. More

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