Restoration of historic Ohio home
Tags: HOME remodeling
- the main course. Crafti, Stephen // Houses;2007, Issue 58, p20
The article provides information on the renovation of a house in Melbourne, Victoria.
- NHIC targets consumers. // Builders Merchants Journal;Mar1995, p8
Reports on the plans by the National Home Improvement Council in Great Britain for the National Home Improvement Month and Splash Out on Your Bathroom Campaigns for 1995.
- NHIC month. // Builders Merchants Journal;Mar1995, p49
Reports on the National Home Improvement Council month for April 1995.
- April looks good for NHIC. // Builders Merchants Journal;Mar1996, p8
Reports on Great Britain's National Home Improvement Month, to be held April 1996. High expectations on the event; Comments from National Home Improvement Council (NHIC) Executive Director Martin Crutenden.
- NHIC go on the attack. // Builders Merchants Journal;Sep96, p6
Discusses the relocation of the head office of the National Home Improvement Council (NHIC) to London from Birmingham. Examination of new faces at the council; Specific address of NHIC; Information on NHIC's Autumn press promotional campaign.
- Much good work still to be done. Ransley, Norman // Builders Merchants Journal;Jan1997, p11
No abstract available.
- NHIC plans spring push. // Builders Merchants Journal;Feb97, p6
Reports on the preparation of the National Home Improvement Council (NHIC) for their annual Spring campaign of 1997, National Home Improvement month. Information found in local newspapers and publications; What is included in the information.
- Boom benefits remodel firms. Murphy, H. Lee // Crain's Chicago Business;12/9/2002, Vol. 25 Issue 49, pSB6
Discusses the changes in the situation of home remodeling industry in Chicago, Illinois from the year 1980 to 2002. Companies that have dominated the industry; Lack of consolidation in the industry; Importance of company reputation and referrals in the success of remodeling companies; Scope of...
- Artist's retreat in Norway. // Country Living;Sep86, Vol. 9 Issue 9, p90
It used to be a Norwegian ferry station until Karin and Mogens Skovborg restored it. Now the great structure, which located in a fjord separating Norway and Sweden, is a lovely house. Included are breathtaking pictures of their finished house.