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remodel

(rē-mŏd′l)
tr.v. remod·eled, remod·eling, remod·els also remod·elled or remod·elling
1. To make over in structure or style; reconstruct.
2. Physiology To maintain (bone tissue) in dynamic equilibrium through the resorption and deposition of bone at a given site.

re·mod′el·er n.
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It will take a willingness among remodelers to incorporate new techniques such as these into their work to transform the industry and make green the standard.
The goal, among other objectives, of the new Remodelers Council at the Shore Builders Association of Central New Jersey is high: raise the level of professionalism among local remodelers.
Qualified Remodeler's Magazine is a magazine dedicated to covering home improvement, as well as designs for interior and exterior remodeling.
At the heart of the Remodelers' Show will be approximately 75 top-notch educational programs where more than 100 of the industry's leading experts will share their strategies for success.
May is Home Remodeling Month, and the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) Remodelers is shining a spotlight on the financial incentives of remodeling and offering suggestions for home renovation projects that provide the best return on investment.
For information on the show, available booth space or sponsorship opportunities, contact Dave Bowman, show manager at the Home Builders and Remodelers Association of New Hampshire at 228-0351 or dbowman@hbranh.com.
Twenty years ago, whenever I told a group of remodelers to budget for staff education, a hand would invariably rise, followed by this objection: "But if you educate your employees, they'll just use it to compete against you when they leave." I am happy that I have not heard that refrain for years.
One of the best ways I know prepare for - or advance - a remodelling career is to attend The Remodelers' Show.
VLS charges no fee to the remodeler; it's free to set up and is maintained by VLS.
The Qualified Remodeler magazine top 500 list has been published for the past 38 years and is based on each company's gross volume from the previous year.
Through their participation in the program, builders will be able to seek nationally recognized professional designations, including Graduate Master Builder, Certified Graduate Builder and Certified Graduate Remodeler.
In an e-mail to his contemporaries, Bethesda, Md., remodeler Mark Scott recently wrote, "Our local city council has become strongly anti-growth" He continued to write, "I assume it's in response to public opinion," and it's easy to imagine many of the recipients of the correspondence nodding their heads in vigorous agreement.