This Week's Segments
SGC Horizon Group Director - Principal Tony Mancini provides a glimpse of this week's segments, a double-dose of design trends from award-winning homes and cool kitchens and baths!
David H. O'Sullivan, AIA, president of O'Sullivan Architects and the chair of 2020 Best in American Living Awards (BALA), reveals the design trends that stood out from this year's entries
... and how they might apply to your new and remodeled homes going forward!
In response to the growing buyer demand for healthy homes, several large builders are offering advanced water and air filtration systems and antimicrobial products. One home builder in South Florida took a different route and began offering digital health monitoring kits.
Senior Editor Mike Beirne talks to workforce development pros about how they overcome resistance from school guidance counselors, parents, and the misperceptions young people have about working in the construction industry.
Tony Mancini highlights this week's three segments while also encouraging you to smile, appreciate octopi, and eat pasta (just watch, you'll get it).
Gain actionable insight from members of the the Ultimate Z.E.N. Home about creating a competitive floor plan and an appealing elevation while reducing costs and achieving industry-leading performance. And, oh yeah, they already sold out Phase one ... 13 homes in less than a month.
Pro Remodeler's Erika Taylor interviews the owners of Kitchen Design Concepts in Dallas about three current remodeling trends you need to know.
SGC Horizon Group Publisher Tony Mancini previews this week's segments, from best practices to mitigate truss uplift to changes in industry lingo and a glimpse into the upcoming Extreme Sales Summit virtual event.
Tim Kampert from IBACOS-PERFORM presents the causes of truss uplift, its impact on quality and customer satisfaction, and best practices to mitigate it in your projects.
Get inside the brains of The Weekly editors with this panel on the "master bedroom" updates in the PB/PR/PRODUCTS style guides. The editors also discuss how the building and remodeling industries are rethinking business procedures and naming conventions in light of cultural shifts.
Pro Remodeler managing editor James McClister gives an overview of the upcoming Extreme Sales Summit, a virtual event focused on proven sales tactics for today's environment, including keynotes from bestselling authors and national speakers, tracks for Home Improvement, Design and Full Service, and Sales, and strategic roundtable discussions with other remodeling leaders.
This week on the Weekly, host Tony Mancini introduces segments from the editors of Pro Builder and Pro Remodeler on the future of density in housing, data-driven marketing, and a preview of a mixed-use condo project that is on the drawing board of LCRA in Pasadena, California.