Now that spending is back up and consumers are increasingly interested in buying new (or new-er) homes, remodeling expenditures are likely to grow at a more gradual pace than in recent years, according to NAHB economists. That means remodelers will have to identify new ways to maintain their share of the market.
Drywall rarely gets any of the spotlight. Those who attend the 2017 International Builders’ Show are eligible to see for themselves some of the latest innovations in drywall technology by touring The New American Remodeled Home.
Thanks to NAHB’s intervention, EPA’s final rule is significantly changed from the initial draft and includes clarification of language that makes it clear that remodelers are not subject to compliance under the definition of “fabricators.” The rule is effective Feb. 10.
The roof is often one of the most overlooked and underappreciated aspects of a homes. But the roof of The New American Remodeled Home 2017 is likely to be one of the first things people will notice when the home is unveiled during the International Builders’ Show Jan. 10-12.
For only the second time in the history of NAHB’s International Builders’ Show, attendees will have the opportunity to experience a remodeled showcase home—The New American Remodeled Home—in conjunction with The New American Home.
Robert Wood has worked hard to build a reputation for consistently delivering high-quality work and top-notch service to his clients. Being able to demonstrate that time and again has led to a steady stream of referrals, and it’s a big part of why Wood was named November’s NAHB Remodeler of the Month.
The number of adults over age 65 will more than double between now and 2050, to some 80 million. And most wish to remain in their homes as they age. Clients need skilled remodelers to make the necessary home modifications that allow them to age in place. The Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist designation is your opportunity to reach this fast-growing demographic.