Remodeling


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Remodeling

The process of modifying an existing building or space for current use; usually involves replacing some of the existing building fabric or adding new components.

alterations

1. A construction project (or portion of a project) comprising revisions within or to prescribed elements of an existing structure, as distinct from additions to an existing structure.
2. Remodeling.
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It's great to see the hard work of our designers, craftsmen, and entire team be recognized," said President of Altera Design & Remodeling, Jim Vivrette.
From the comments on the Remodeling Business Pulse survey, pent-up demand continues to drive the current remodeling market:' says Tom O'Grady, chairman of NARI's Strategic Planning & Research Committee and president of O'Grady Builders, based in Drexel Hill, Pa.
Fritschen offered tips to help maximize the resources they have available for their project, including keeping the remodeling job at "the right size" in terms of "the size and level of quality that is appropriate for your home and your neighborhood.
To encourage ethical conduct, sound business practices and professionalism in the remodeling industry;
The 1,000 women surveyed were current or previous homeowners, the primary or shared decision-makers regarding home improvement/renovation for their households, and were currently planning a home remodeling project or had completed such a project within the last 10 years.
Altering the amounts of TSH or its receptor can thus disrupt the delicate balance of bone remodeling, says Zaidi.
Nineteen change orders later and 60 percent over budget, this remodeling has taken a physical and spiritual toll.
This past summer, the Census Bureau made substantial upward revisions to its data series that gauges remodeling expenditures dating back to 1984.
When remodeling and repairs are deemed necessary, to prevent this unnecessary taxation, taxpayers should do the following:
If you bought a house for $100,000, put in a $25,000 kitchen, and home prices locally went up 20% a year, you'd get your money back, no problem," adds Stoeppelwerth, whose company publishes remodeling manuals.
BuildFax Data Reveals that Remodeling Projects Soar Almost 9.
Among these include a blog with content from expert Kitchen Remodeling contractors, a photo gallery of completed projects, and a feedback section where customers can leave a review.