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Architects Report Increasing Demand for Universal Design Elements in Homes

The American Institute of Architectsí latest trend survey is turning up even more evidence that consumers want universal design elements in their homes. More

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Consistency Creates More Sales

A sales process that applies to all your salespeople will help increase your profits, writes remodeling veteran and industry consultant Paul Winans. More

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Modernizing a Historic Eichler Home

Renovation maintains the lines of this classic design while enhancing its connection to the outdoors. More

Best in American Living: South Point Residence
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Best in American Living: South Point Residence

South Point Residence, on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, is built directly on the... More

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Past Imperfection: Promptly Fixing a Fault Builds Client Trust

The way a remodeler dealt with an imperfection in work just completed, helped the client trust the company even more. More

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Ohashi Design Studio updates 1960s ranch in Emeryville, Calif.

East Bay residence gets energy-efficient upgrade and new solar roof. More

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A 1960s box in San Francisco receives a green makeover

Terry & Terry Architecture remodels a nondescript 1960s house into a handsomeóand sustainableóurban residence. More

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Dowling Kimm Studios gives a classic mid-century California house a makeover

Tiburon House's face-lift includes a cool roof and offers expansive San Francisco Bay views via aluminum-frame sliding glass doors. More

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Incandescent Bulbs and Fixtures are Beginning to Take a Back Seat to CFLs and LEDs

Interior designers at Brentwood Custom Homes know what's good for their customersóand for the planetóeven if those homeowners have never heard of it. More

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Effects of housing slowdown on remodeling varies

The consensus among remodelers and industry analysts is that remodeling isn't expected to fall nearly as hard as home building. However, the overall slumping of the housing market has implications beyond the public's attitude toward investing in their homes. More

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