Tagged with Remodeling Done Right

Ceiling Project? Don’t Default to Drywall

Ceiling Project? Don’t Default to Drywall

Five reasons wood-look planks earn raves In the distant future, when archaeologists excavate houses from our era, they might conclude that our plain, cookie-cutter ceilings show a lack of imagination. And for the most part, they’d be right. They’d find popcorn ceilings. Boring acoustic tiles. And drywall, drywall, drywall. But their opinions might improve when … Continue reading

Generate, Track, & Convert Mass Media Leads

Guest Blog by Ron Jumper I see it time and time again… Your local home improvement company decides they want to do a TV or Radio campaign. They’ve reached that milestone in their business where they are attending all the shows & events in their market and have reached maximum spend levels on their digital … Continue reading

Embracing Innovation through NARI Accreditation

Embracing Innovation through NARI Accreditation

Leo Lantz takes pride in being able to recognize new and innovative ideas to drive success for his business. Embracing innovation has allowed Lantz to grow his company, Leo Lantz Construction, Inc., headquartered in Glen Allen, VA, into a respected local design-build remodeling business which takes on 50 to 80 projects annually with an average … Continue reading

George W. Combs, Inc. Receives NARI Accreditation

A Hallmark of Excellence for Huntington, NY Firm Nearly three decades ago, in 1990, George Combs established his residential remodeling business, George W. Combs, Inc., headquartered in Huntington, NY, on the principles of professionalism, integrity, and highly-structured business processes.  His adherence to these values has enabled him to position his business as a high-end renovation … Continue reading

Stand-Down to Save Lives

Stand-Down to Save Lives

Support 2018 National Safety Stand-Down May 7-11 After adding more than 30,000 jobs in January alone, the construction industry shows no signs of slowing down. With more workers comes more responsibility for safety.  Falls from heights are still the leading cause of death in the private construction industry and lack of proper fall protection is … Continue reading