National Association of the Remodeling Industry

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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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A Remodeling Insider’s Capitol Hill Forecast

Don’t expect much. But if you want good news, you need to get into the fight More

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NARI Urges OSHA to Postpone Silica Rule

A group of 25 industry associations have banded together to ask OSHA to rethink its far-reaching and costly silica dust proposal. More

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25 Most Popular Articles of 2013

From lead paint to lead carpenters, here are the topics and articles that got our readers' attention in 2013. More

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OSHA Stirs up Some Dust With Its Crystalline Silica Rulemaking

OSHA's proposed rule aims to limit worker exposure to crystalline silica, but construction industry groups are concerned about compliance costs. More

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Product Transparency Movement Gets X-Rayed at Greenbuild

The Greenbuild expo covers a lot of ground. For remodelers, some of the more important topics involved energy rating labels and the notion that manufacturers should reveal more about what's in the goods they sell. 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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Trick Question: Which Matters More, Sales or Marketing?

Companies big and small have struggled to define the difference between sales and marketing. REMODELING columnist Jeff Kida says you need to create a marriage of sorts where each half is equal, complements the other, and is invested in the other�s success. More

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Gypsum Prices on the Rise, Again

At least three manufacturers announced 20% price increases for 2014. More

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