NAHB
Remodeling Topics

Founded in 1982, NAHB Remodelers of the National Association of Home Builders represents and serves the interests of more than 24,000 remodeling industry members. Membership gives you access to valuable resources and offers opportunities to network with others in the remodeling industry. Browse the resources below for information about important remodeling topics like the EPA’s lead paint rule, safety, green remodeling, aging-in-place remodeling and economic data and analysis.

NAHB Remodelers

  • Lead Paint Rule: Resources & News  (4 items)
    These NAHB resources - including an overview of the new rule affecting homes built before 1978, as well as how to become certified, obtain training and more - will help members comply with the new lead paint rule.
  • Aging-in-Place Remodeling  (10 items)
    By instituting simple universal design techniques, professional Certified Aging-in-Place Specialists insure that home owners can stay in their home comfortably, safely, and independently for as long as they want.
  • Economics  (5 items)
    The Remodeling Market Index provides insight on current market conditions, as well as future expectations for the remodeling market. The NAHB Eye on Housing Blog is also a great resource for additional economic information.
How Does Your Remodeling Business Measure Up?

Remodelers' Cost of Doing Business Study, 2012 EditionGet a glimpse of financial statements from remodelers nationwide. The Remodelers' Cost of Doing Business Study provides key financial benchmarks. Use the data to make informed business decisions. Available at ebooks.builderbooks.com