Dennis Gehman

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Cabinetry for the Kitchen and Bath

Many different styles and options for cabinetry in the kitchen or bathroom. More

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The Hand-Off

In a sloppy or rushed handoff, details worked out by the designer and expected by the client can get lost like sand through the boards of a deck. Although a flawless handoff is key to a successful project, the foundations for it are laid long before the pre-construction meeting when the actual handoff typically occurs. More

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New cabinetry products

Although ornamental accessories abound, it seems consumers are lately drawn to a... More

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Pros and Cons of Using Subcontractors to Install Windows

When it comes to using subs for window installations, many remodelers just say no.... More

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Unique Cabinetry
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Finding a Siding Sub

For many remodelers, the first and best place to look for a siding contractor is in their Rolodex, address book, or electronic equivalent. But if nothing turned up, many would do what Dennis Gehman, of Gehman Custom Homes in Harleysville, Pa., does. More

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Euro Cabinetry styles

Styles for the kitchen and bath have sleeker, simpler, cleaner lines for a contemporary flair. Colors and finishes run the gamut from chocolatey glazes and dark paints and stains to pale, natural woods. Options abound. More

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Chief Architect: Monogram Vinyl siding: Trim Boards

By REMODELING Magazine Staff. Remodeler: Dennis Gehman Company: Gehman Custom Builder/Remodeler, Harleysville, Pa. Product: Chief Architect, by Advanced Relational Technology, www.chiefarchitect.com.Hail the Chief Dennis Gehman uses Chief Architect design and drafting software to show his clients detailed drawings of their project plans. More

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Training Tactics

By REMODELING Magazine Staff. Disaster Restoration Westminster, Colo. Big50 1995Because we're a specialty contractor, there are many disciplines with which our employees must be familiar. We've found that the best results come from combining theoretical training with practice and real, hands-on experience.For our carpenters, for instance, we train them in basic skills all the way through lead certification, combining classes and on-the-job work. More

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Growing Up Smart

In 1990, Don Strong started Brothers Strong, a house painting company, with his... More

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