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More stories about Whole-House Remodeling

  • In the News

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

  • Interview: Restoring Trust

    The projects that D.P. Thomas Construction complete each year on or near the water around Wrightsville Beach, N.C., range in cost from $150K to well past the million-dollar mark. What owner Dave Thomas started as a small remodeling firm in the 1970s has grown to become a local authority on the...

  • In the News

    Builders weather economic downturn; DeWalt circ-saw recall; more

  • Letters

    Proper water-heater temperature; performance guidelines; preventive maintenance; more

  • Prevent Errors With a Quality-Control Checklist

    At my remodeling company, we rely on many forms and checklists to run our jobs. The one we use most is our quality-control checklist.

  • Talking to Clients About Money

    Talking to clients about money; selling remodeling jobs; the color-coded offic

  • In the News

    New EPA lead-paint rules; hurricane relief; California's smog fee; cement supply; more

  • Toolbox

    DeWalt DW304PK recip saw; Cordpro; Ridgid R82233 right-angle impact driver; planes & rasps; painting tools

  • Business

    Remodeling without losing your shirt; caution before cloning

  • Team Hiring - A Group Decision

    I'm a remodeler in Northern California and do about $1.5 million per year in kitchens, baths, and whole-house remodels. Much of the work is subbed, so we can do this volume with a relatively small full-time crew; currently we have two in the office and three in the field.