This issue: Numbers Game — Benchmarks help CG&S Design Build general manager Dolores Davis adjust her budget as market conditions change.
This issue: The 2011-12 Remodeling Cost vs. Value Report — A sluggish housing market continues to affect remodeling return on investment, but the rate of decline is slowing, and some markets are showing signs of a recovery.
This issue: Fred Case Entrepreneur of the Year Award — For his business acumen, entrepreneurial spirit, and industry involvement, Pacific Northwest remodeler Tom Kelly wins this year's Fred Case Award.
This issue: 2011 Remodeling Design Awards — While the quality of this year’s 218 entries was high, the judges felt that the commercial projects showed “the most energy, had more character, and were more innovative in terms of adaptive reuse and use of reclaimed materials and renewable energy...
This issue: Remodeling 550 — Our annual list of the biggest home improvement companies in the country. One thing that hasn't changed is the highly fragmentary nature of this industry, with (according to the last census) 800,000 contractors involved in home renovation, but comparatively few...
This issue: Do the Right Thing — To help you keep your clients as happy as possible, REMODELING spoke to the industry leaders in customer satisfaction to find out how they impress their clients.
This issue: Energy Stars — Doug Selby's Meadowlark Builders is flourishing despite the demise of Home Star — and he's not alone. The June issue of REMODELING includes a look at how some remodeling pros turned lemons into lemonade.
This issue: The 2011 Remodeling Big50 — With the economy bouncing along the bottom, we look at the best practices that are lifting these companies on a wave of success. The companies presented in the following pages represent the very peak of that curve. In a climate in which survival is considered...
This issue: Simply Smart: Some Deft Design Moves Completely Transform a Cluttered Kitchen — A small addition and the removal of a wall improve the flow and family interaction in this Chicago kitchen. What was a cluttered and segmented kitchen in a mid-1960s Chicagoland Colonial is now a comfortable...
This issue: Facing the Future — The remodeling industry is poised for a recovery, but challenges remain. The February issue of REMODELING includes a look at the key hurdles to overcome and how some remodelers are tackling them head-on.
Featuring the 2011 Residential Remodeling Index: Want to find out which remodeling markets are hot? The Residential Remodeling Index from Hanley Wood Market Intelligence has the answers.
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