It's not a disease exactly. And chances are good you won't find it in the pages of psychiatric journals. But as every remodeler knows, the anxiety that homeowners feel as their house is assaulted by workmen bearing saws and hammers is very real. I call it Remodeling Stress Syndrome, or RSS, and I've learned that having a system set up to manage it effectively is just as important as dealing with change orders and subs. Remodeling is not continuously stressful for the homeowner. RSS comes in waves, depending on the stage of the job. Some of the low points can be predicted — when the plumbing and wiring are being roughed in or when finish work stretches on and on. But it