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How to Hire a Professional Remodeler

When you hire a remodeler, you are buying a service rather than a product. The quality of service the remodeler provides will determine the quality of the finished product and your satisfaction with the result. To ensure your satisfaction, make sure you hire a qualified, professional remodeler.

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This glossy, four-color brochure promotes the professionalism of your remodeling business by offering a wealth of valuable advice to customers on the process of selecting a remodeler. The brochure guides consumers from the dream of remodeling their homes to the reality of a superior job done by a …
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Welcome to NAHB Remodelers' directory of professional home remodelers. Find remodeling professionals in your area by entering your city, state, or ZIP code.
Welcome to the directory of associate members of NAHB Remodelers. Here you'll find suppliers, vendors and tradespeople who work with the remodeling industry and show their support through their membership in NAHB Remodelers. Find professionals closest to your home by entering your city, state, or …
Hire a Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist and make your house a home for a lifetime.
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Tips for home owners about the EPA lead rule for remodeling pre-1978 homes.
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NAHB Remodelers offers tips on How to Hire a Professional Home Remodeler, but it's also important to know the warning signs for unscrupulous home remodelers.
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Your home is one of the single biggest investments you’ll ever make—be sure you do all you can to care for it. Get hands-on advice to help you make the most of your investment and ensure your home remains safe and comfortable for your family. From carpet care and general maintenance to mold and …
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Follow these 10 tips when you embark on an exciting home remodeling project.
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Older homes can contain lead paint, which was outlawed in 1978 because lead is extremely hazardous. If your home was built before 1978, watch this video to learn how and why to hire an EPA-certified renovator.
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