September 20, 2010
Nation's Building News

The Official Online Weekly Newspaper of NAHB

NAHB Remodelers Meetings and Events at Fall Board Meeting in New York

The following NAHB Remodelers meetings, events and activities will be held at the NAHB Fall Board of Directors Meeting in New York on Sept. 23-24:

Thursday, Sept. 23

  • NAHB Remodelers committee meetings
    Scheduled throughout the day.
    Marriott Marquis, Belasco & Broadhurst and Imperial & Julliard, 5th floor

    To download a complete schedule of committee meetings, agendas and meeting materials, visit

Friday, Sept. 24

  • NAHB Remodelers Board of Trustees meeting
    10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
    Marriott Marquis, Belasco & Broadhurst, 5th floor

  • NAHB Remodelers General Session meeting
    12:30-2:30 p.m.
    Marriott Marquis, Belasco & Broadhurst, 5th floor

  • BUILD-PAC Reception for Remodelers
    3:30-4:30 p.m.

Marriott Marquis, room TBD
BUILD-PAC Chairman Tom Woods invites all NAHB Remodelers to attend the remodelers appreciation reception.

For more information, e-mail Kelly Mack at NAHB, or call her at 800-368-5242 x8451.

Learn How to Run a Successful Remodeling Company

The Paper Trail: Systems and Forms for a Well-Run Remodeling Company,” available through NAHB BuilderBooks, shows how to use proven management systems to run a successful remodeling company.

The publication includes a CD containing 160 essential forms and documents — culled from successful remodelers across the country — that you can customize to suit your business needs.

To view or purchase this publication online, click here, or call 800-223-2665.

'How to Find a Professional Remodeler' Brochures Available at

"How to Find a Professional Remodeler," available at NAHB BuilderBooks, promotes the professionalism of your remodeling business by offering a wealth of valuable advice to customers on the process of selecting a remodeler. 

The newly updated brochure highlights the before and after photos of the most frequently remolded rooms in the house.

To view or purchase this publication online, click here, or call 800-223-2665.

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