Archive for the ‘Remodeling News’ Category

Construction Costs Too Low to Pass Up?

June 01, 2010 in Remodeling News

In the last couple of days, you may have done something like this. You’re standing at your kitchen doorway. Hand resting on the doorframe. Head tilted slightly. Deep in thought. The thought process goes as it has before: “Wow,... read full post →

Guess What? America’s Remodeling Again!

April 27, 2010 in Remodeling News

Can you smell that? It’s the smell of sweet, sweet sawdust and brand-new power tools. It’s true, home improvement sales are in the air. The time of pricey renovations and massive overhauls may be gone (for the time being), but... read full post →

New EPA Lead Paint Laws: How Do They Affect Homeowners?

April 02, 2010 in Remodeling News

In a series of new lead paint laws intended to make remodeling projects more health- and environment-friendly, the EPA is striking its iron fist. Hard. Contractors, especially those employed by smaller companies, are dreading the... read full post →

1,000 Cool Prefab Shelters Donated to Haiti

March 15, 2010 in Remodeling News

It may not look like much to you and I as far as living quarters go, but to countless displaced Haitians, these flat-pack prefabs designed by Andres Duany and donated by InnoVida will provide much-needed homes to those in need.... read full post →

To Remodel or Not to Remodel? Home Improvement vs. Buying New

December 31, 2009 in Remodeling News

In today’s economy, is it better to buy a new house, or stay put and make the best of what you’ve got? There’s lots of talk about the subject, but the fact is, people just aren’t confident that they’ll make any... read full post →
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