Articles about RemodelingAre you planning to remodel your home?
Remodeling can be a cost-effective way to customize your home to meet your needs without giving up your familiar house or neighborhood.
This series of articles is designed to familiarize the public with the task of remodeling and many of the new products on the market. It will also introducte you to our membership and the services they offer.
Remodel It Right Articles
|Remodeling Definitions||Glossary of some common remodeling terms||Article|
|Indoor Air Quality||Freshen up the air in your home||Article|
|Upgrading Appliances||Appliances offer versatility, improved efficiency||Article|
|Bath Fixtures||Creating serenity with a warm, inviting bathroom||Article|
|Kitchen Cabinetry||Exotic veneers, decorative hoods punch up kitchens||Article|
|Countertops||An overnight sensation||Article|
|Tiling||For versatility and durability, it’s time to rethink tile||Article|
|Floor Coverings||Carpeting: Function meets a splash of fun||Article|
|Wood Flooring||From timeless classics to new exotics, options abound for wood flooring||Article|
|Fireplaces||Hello, Norman Rockwell: Fireplaces as works of art||Article|
|Interior Lighting||Creating a clean, well-lighted places in your home||Article|
|Landscape Lighting||Light up your night with landscape lighting||Article|
|Decks||Composite products lead the way in decking trends||Article|
|Sunrooms||Sunrooms bring the outdoors in, all year||Article|
|Siding||Not your grandmother’s siding new colors, new materials, new options||Article|
|Barrier Free Access||Improved accessibility offers benefits for all||Article|
|EXTERIOR REMODELING||Outside Finishes||Windows|
|Roofs & Ice Barriers||Gutters|
|BATH REMODELING||Bath Fixtures||Handicap Access|
|Plumbing||Designing the Bath|
|ROOM ADDITIONS||Designing the Addition||Lighting|
|Heating & Air Conditioning||Wall Coverings|
|LOWER LEVEL REMODELING||Walls & Ceilings||Fireplaces|
|Design the Kitchen||Cabinets: Refacing|
If you have questions about building or remodeling, call Rochester Area Builders at
2016 RAB Home Show
February 5-6-7, 2016
Tips From The Pros
Don’t leave ladders, tools, or anything else that can be easily stolen or used to break into your home lying around during construction. Make sure to put away ladders or other objects that would assist a burglar in reaching an upper window.