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We'll be speaking with Ben Morely of the Southern Califiornia's Remodelers Council.
Some of the talking pints include:
What is the So Cal Remodelers Council?
What areas of California do you serve?
Do you have educational opportunities?
What other benefits are available to members after joining?
When are the meetings and where are they located?
Can an interested party go to a meeting before joining?
Why did you join and what have you gained from being a member?
What types of businesses should join the So Cal Remodelers Council?
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If you aren't on Twitter, does it really matter? Join us to talk social networking for the remodeling industry.
We've been tweeting for five years, and were not quite sure why at first. And honestly, we had no idea what we were doing. Since none of our friends were on Twitter, we had to just figure it out one tweet at a time.
And now, Theresa can't go a day without checking what she calls her 'personal news feed.' But do we really need it for our remodeling work?
Join us on August 6th at 1pmET when we talk with the weekly#ConstChat leaders Tess Wittler, Bridget Willard, and Carol Stephen about social networking for the remodeling industry. Do we really need Twitter? When do we need it? What time should we be on Twitter? And what kinds of things should remodelers share and search?
Bring your questions to the discussion or post comments below. We're ready to talk.
Like most American designers and remodelers, we're obsessed with kitchen and bathroom design trends. Here's what cooking this year.
We were lucky and honored for Formica Corporation to host our talk show at the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show in Vegas. Surrounded by amazing designs from nature-inspired to bold graphics from Jonathan Adler's new collection with Formica Corporation, we talked with the trendsetters in kitchen and bathroom makeovers.
Guests on this episode include National Kitchen and Bath Association president Maria Stapperfenne, DIY Network's 'I Hate My Kitchen' host James Young, Amanda LeBlanc of Organized Living, president of Formica North America Mitch Quint, and Dan DiClerico from Consumer Reports.
If you want to know what the design insiders are predicting for trends this year, you'll want to tune into this episode.
Listen in while your host Henry Goudreau, "The Contractor's Coach!" reveals the tips, latest news and business-building strategies that help contractors grow their businesses and make more money. Henry has been called "America's #1 Business-Building Resource for Contractors" by Commercial Magazine. He is the author of numerous training manuals and books such as; "How to Market and Sell Your Construction Services Like Magic!," "101 Ways to Jumpstart Your Construction Business!," "Pillars of Success!", and numerous others.
Listen in every Monday at 12 noon (EST) or visit him at www.contractocoaching.com
We're geeking out in total tool-loving style at the Remodeling Show and Deck Expo. And we're asking everyone: How could you make a difference with $5000? Join us.
MyFixitUpLife is heading to the annual Remodeling Show and Deck Expo, ready to announce Rebuilding Together's 'Tradesperson of the Year.' To celebrate the trades who give back in their communities around the country, we're testing (and rewarding) the skills and knowledge of attendees among the power and prowess from inside the 'Tool Alley' at the Remodeling show and Deck Expo.
And while Mark may rule the pages and airwaves of MyFixitUpLife with his tool afficionado attitude, self-proclaimed tool-geek Kayleen McCabe and long-time Rebuilding Together volunteer is joining Theresa as co-host on this special episode of MyFixitUpLife talk. Kayleen's got game, too. She's a licensed contractor, host of DIY Network's 'Rescue Renovation,' and the 2009 Stud Finder winner.
Yes, remodelers and deck builders do geek out on tools, many of them also use their skills to help their communities. We'll be talking with Grundy, host of DIY Network's Cool Tools and Blog Cabin, and Charley Shimanski, CEO of Rebuilding Together, and amazing tradespeople about their passion for building, their favorite go-to tools, and why making a difference matters to them.
And we're asking everyone: How could you make a difference with $5000?
Join us Thursday, October 23th at 1pmET as Theresa and Kayleen talk to Chris Grundy, Charley Shimanski, and amazing tradespeople.
Come visit us during the day on Thursday, October 23rd at the Tool Alley at the Remodeling Show and Deck Expo in Baltimore to find out how you can win Lowe's money from us, and tell us: How could you make a difference with $5000?
Curious about what millennials are expecting from home design? We're talking with designer Courtney Rogers about designing for millennials. Join us!
We've all heard about the differences between GenX and the generation raised on iPads and on-demand entertainment. And we've seen the stats on how home buying trends have been decreasing among the millennial generation.
So what do designers and remodelers need to know about the millennial generation to attract and retain their interest in our work? We're talking with designer Courtney Rogers, recently recognized as one of the National Kitchen and Bath Association's '30 under 30,' and '40 under 40' for Professional Remodeler magazine.
The 28-year-old Atlanta-based designer specializes in kitchens and baths, and is sharing what we need to know about designing for millennials.
"I'm a passionate, driven, and supremely organized over-achiever who loves my family, my Georgia Bulldawgs, and my creative outlet... design," --Courtney Rogers
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On this weeks episode of; The House P. I. radio show, the show that's all about houses with Reggie Marston, HGTV's original house detective. My guest this week is Lance MacNevin, Manager at Rehau Academy. Rehau is a manufacturer of PEX-a piping. PEX piping is used as potable water piping in residential construction plumbing systems as well as piping for radiant floor heating systems and snow melt systems for driveways and walkways. Rehau academy trains plumbing contractors, architects and engineers on the proper design and installation of PEX plumbing systems. Join us as Lance discusses the features, benefits and many uses for PEX piping as well as dispels some of the myths regarding PEX plumbing systems which have been mistaken for another piping system Polybutylene. Polybutylene piping was installed in residential housing and had a history of catastrophic failure before it was abandoned for use in residential construction in the mid nineteen ninety's.
This show is a must for anyone involved in residential housing; from owners, purchasers, realtors inspectors, contractors or remodelers. PEX piping is gaining a foothold in the residential housing market and some anylsts believe in another 10 years or so it may over take the market. PEX is not your father's copper water pipes, your grandfather's galvanzied water pipes or your great grandfather's lead water pipes.