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  • Kitchen & Bath

    Water filtration; towel warmers

  • In the News

    New fact sheet on Hispanic immigrants; loyal clients help umberyard rally after fire; worker injured in scaffold accident; more

  • Toolbox

    Makita 5377MG hypoid saw; demolition; measuring

  • Arbitration Beats Going to Court - in Most Cases

    I advise clients to stick to arbitration for two reasons: The judge and jury may not have the expertise to understand the dispute, and litigation takes more time.

  • A Carpenter's Home Is His Castle

    As a union carpenter, T.J. Baker works on large, complicated structures like baseball stadiums, computer-chip factories, and high-rise hotels. So what does he do in his spare time? The same thing most carpenters do: He remodels his house.

  • Remodeling's Deadliest Sins

    Nine common business mistakes and how to avoid them.

  • In the News

    Remodeling study predicts growth; builder gets jail time for worker's death; more

  • A Façade for the Future

    The Post Tower illuminates Bonn for the next century, both inside and out.

  • "Age Wave" Demands Sea Change

    "Where are my glasses?" "Please turn up the lights!" "That glare is blinding!" Do you ever hear your parents or even yourself saying these things? Sensory loss is common to the aging process, as witnessed by the number of older people wearing hearing aids and eyeglasses. The automatic response when...

  • Restoring the New Jersey landmark required a balancing act between maintaining original lighting features and incorporating twenty-first-century technologies.

    designed by architect cass gilbert, the essex county courthouse was built in 1907 of solid stone and its interiors adorned with Tiffany glass, murals painted by artist Edwin H. Blashfield, and furniture pieces also designed by Gilbert. The building underwent significant changes in the 1920s, when...