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Chairs’ Message

HBA of Raleigh-Wake County REMODELERS Council 5580 Centerview Drive, Suite 115 Raleigh, NC 27606 Phone: 919-233-2033 www.wakeremodelers.com

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e want to welcome you to the Spring/Summer 2013 issue of Remodeling Today Triangle. We hope you enjoy the issue! In this edition, the 13th Annual Remodelers Home Tour is highlighted. With spring underway, homeowners are tending to focus more on home improvement and remodeling projects again. Whether the project is big or small, the Remodelers Home Tour is an excellent way to get ideas and to learn more about the benefits of remodeling your home. Also in this issue, we highlight the recent 21st Annual Parade of Playhomes fundraisers, in which the Professional Remodelers of the Home Builders Association (HBA) of Durham, Orange and Chatham Counties participated. It is a wonderful and successful annual fundraising event that helps prevent child abuse. As always, we hope you have many fun and interesting projects coming your way and your Remodelers Council is always here to help. The Remodelers Council of the HBA of Raleigh-Wake County and the HBA of Durham, Orange and Chatham represent and promote the interests of the remodeling industry on issues that affect remodeling contractors and homeowners. We are also professional organizations that educate the public on choosing reputable remodeling contractors as well as assisting the consumer in understanding the process and advantages of remodeling. Running a construction-related company can be challenging in these recent economic times. Many of us find it hard to survive in today’s economy with increasing costs, lack of lenders, and a decreased number of clients. Whether you have been in business one or 40 years, keeping the business going can be overwhelming. There are many unique challenges in remodeling as every project presents different tasks in problem solving, minimizing dust, and allowing the family to function on a day to day basis in a construction environment. For these reasons, an HBA is more important than ever and can be a very helpful resource in helping the homeowners find a reputable remodeler for their project. If you consider yourself a professional remodeler, we encourage you to get involved and engage yourself and your company. Our accessibility to each other helps in identifying qualified trade partners as well as avoiding and solving problems. Through our organizations, you will be able to get involved in your community, share your expertise, and mix with people of influence to promote your positive message. You can always make something good happen. For more information on the Remodelers Council of the HBA of Raleigh-Wake County, visit www.wakeremodelers.com and for the Professional Remodelers Council of the HBA of Durham, Orange and Chatham Counties visit www.docremodelers.com. Deveraux Hamilton Remodelers Council Chair Envision Built, LLC. HBA of Raleigh-Wake County Jeremy Farber Professional Remodelers Chair Maplewood Building Company, LLC. HBA of Durham, Orange and Chatham Counties

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Executive Committee Chair

Deveraux Hamilton, Envision Built LLC Vice Chair

Jeff Wiblitzhouser, Paradise Found Construction CARE Council Liaison

Lewis Sadler, Sadler Construction Community Service

Louise Davis, Interior Decisions, LLC Chip Johnson, Audio Advice Education

Jeff Wiblitzhouser, Paradise Found Construction Harold Glazer, H. Glazer Builder Membership

Sally Williams, Colorful Concepts Interior Design Betsy Lingenheld, Residential Construction Resources STAR Awards

Eddie Casanave, Distinctive Remodeling Remodelers Home Tour

Peggy Mackowski, Quality Design & Construction Marketing

Nancy Latz, Closet Creations Cathy Baker, TrendMark Inc. Members at Large

John Sperath, Blue Ribbon Residential Const Jay Cole, Norandex

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Tim Minton Director of Member Services

Jaclyn Parks

HBA of Durham, OrangE & Chatham Counties REMODELERS Council 20 W. Colony Place Suite 180 Durham, NC 27705 Phone: 919-493-8899 www.docremodelers.com

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Jeremy Farber, Maplewood Building Company, LLC Vice Chair

Blake Anderson, Innovative Renovation, LLC Immediate Past Chair

Edward Hauser, Hauser Building Company, Inc. Chair Appointee

Simon Vincent, Vincent Building, Inc. Associate Members at Large

Charles Harding, Signature Flooring, Inc. Rebekah Haun, Restoration Woodworks Builder Members at Large

Donny Berini, BERCON Building Company, Inc. Will McKendry, Andrew Roby General Contractors Harry McLean, Chapel Hill Design, LLC David Mondeau, DDM Construction Services, LLC

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c o n t e n t s HBA Remodelers Councils’

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04 Remodelers Council Chairs’ Message 08 Certified Experts & Code of Ethics 10 Home Builders Care 14 Energy Efficiency in Windows & Doors 16 Home Undergoes Green Transformation Photo courtesy of: EMK Construction

HBA of Raleigh-Wake County REMODELERS Council 5580 Centerview Drive, Suite 115 Raleigh, NC 27606 Phone: 919-233-2033 Fax: 919-233-2036 www.wakeremodelers.com Chair............................................................... Deveraux Hamilton Executive Vice President...................................Tim Minton Staff Liaison........................................................... Jaclyn Parks

20 Selecting Your Contractor 26 The 2013 Remodelers Home Tour 32 HBA Remodelers Council Member Specialties 33 HBA Remodelers Council Member Directory

HBA of Durham, Orange & Chatham Counties REMODELERS Council 20 W. Colony Place, Suite 180 Durham, NC 27705 Phone: 919-493-8899 Fax: 919-460-8899 www.docremodelers.com Chair....................................................................... Jeremy Farber Staff LiaIson.......................................................... Faith Strowd

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Certified Experts PROFESSIONAL DESIGNATIONS SET PROFESSIONAL BUILDERS AND REMODELERS APART When choosing a builder or remodeler, you want someone with the knowledge and expertise to do the job right. That’s why the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and the HBAs of Raleigh-Wake County and Durham, Orange & Chatham Counties offer professional designations that help consumers identify builders and remodelers who have committed themselves to continually improving their skills and bettering their profession. CERTIFIED AGING-IN-PLACE SPECIALIST (CAPS) The NAHB has joined forces with AARP and several experienced remodelers to develop the Certified Aging-inPlace Specialist (CAPS) certification. Designees are trained to understand and respond to the unique needs of older home owners. CERTIFIED GRADUATE REMODELER (CGR) The Certified Graduate Remodeler (CGR) designation recognizes remodeling professionals who have a proven track record of success. You can count on remodelers who have the CGR designation to show a high level of professionalism and credibility, and those who earn it can be considered industry leaders. GRADUATE MASTER REMODELER (GMR) The Graduate Master Remodeler (GMR) designation allows Certified Graduate (CGR) to attain further recognition for educational excellence and longevity in the remodeling industry. Qualifications include 15 years of remodeling experience.

CERTIFIED GREEN PROFESSIONAL (CGP) The Certified Green Professional designation recognizes builders, remodelers and other industry professionals who incorporate green building principles into homes without driving up the cost of construction. Graduate Master Builder (GMB) The ultimate symbol of the building professional, the Graduate Master Builder (GMB) designation is for experienced veterans only. Before beginning the GMB designation process, you must have the CGB designation, the CGR designation, or the CGA designation with five years of building experience, or ten years of building experience and have completed three CGB/CGR/CGA courses. GMB courses are more advanced with in-depth instruction geared for experienced building professionals. Certified Graduate Builder (CGB) CGB is an exclusive professional designation designed to emphasize business and project management skills. Candidates must have: Two years of building experience by graduation; Completion of the Builder Assessment Review (BAR); Be a “builder” according to the following criteria: primary executive/owner of a company, superintendent or lead carpenter, or construction executive personnel/ employee who has built a minimum of one dwelling in the past 24 months.

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2SL Design Build. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (919) 833-1448 John W. Sibert, AIA Andrew Jacobs, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (919) 291-2724 Remodeling & Design Ron Bergen, CAPS, CGR, CGP Blue Ribbon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (919) 303-0758 Residential Construction John Sperath, CAPS BuildSense, Inc.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (919) 667-0404 John R. Price, CGP Cabinets by Horizon . . . . . . . . . . . . . (919) 772-9798 Eddie Casanave, CAPS, CGR Cimarron Homes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (919) 382-2888 Craig Morrison, CPG, MCGP Coral Construction & Design. . . . . . (919) 627-7843 Tiffany Elder, CGP Corbett Construction Co., Inc.. . . . . (919) 833-5580 Barry A. Corbett, CAPS, CGP, CGR Distinctive Remodeling, LLC . . . . . . (919) 772-3335 Eddie J. Casanave, CAPS, CGR DreamMaker Bath . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (919) 535-6222 & Kitchen of Raleigh, LLC Frank Wiesner, CGP, CMP, MIRM, CAPS H Glazer Builder, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . (919) 571-7798 Harold Glazer, CAPS Hauser Building Company, Inc.. . . . (919) 942-1770 Edward Hauser, CAPS Hilliard Contracting, Inc.. . . . . . . . . . (919) 231-8314 Steven L. Hilliard, CAPS, CGB, CGP, CGR J. D. Morris Construction, Inc.. . . . . (919) 383-3111 David Morris, CGP Kelly Neville Builders, LLC. . . . . . . . (919) 619-0293 Kelly Neville, CGP

Maplewood Building Company, LLC. . (919) 846-8952 Jeremy Farber, CGR, CGP

NAHB has a Code of Ethics for the National Remodelers Council. It is as follows:

I pledge to: • Conduct our business operations in a manner that will reflect credit upon my company, the NAHB Remodelers, and the remodeling industry.

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Lincoln & Associates, Inc. . . . . . . . . (919) 283-9543 Robert T. Lincoln, CAPS, CGR, CGP

Code of Ethics As an NAHB Remodelers member in good standing, I (the remodeler) fully accept the responsibilities and obligations inherent in providing professional remodeling services, and hereby agree to support and abide by the following standards:

HBAs Of Raleigh-Wake County And Durham, Orange & Chatham Counties

• Describe accurately and honestly the price, materials and standards of workmanship used in our jobs. • Use only materials and products equal to or exceeding the quality of those specified in the contract • Start the construction process as soon as feasible upon award of the contract and proceed diligently to completion of the project without unnecessary delays. • Cooperate with the NAHB Remodelers in responding to complaints against my company or other council members.

Original Space, Inc.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (919) 851-8811 Robert Reid Whitley, CAPS Peter Thorn Builders. . . . . . . . . . . . . (919) 968-3885 Pete Thorn, CGB Quality Design & Construction, Inc.. . (919) 779-3964 Peggy Ann Mackowski, CAPS, CGP, CGR Quality Design & Construction, Inc.. . . . (919) 779-3964 David Mackowski, CAPS, CGR, CGP Residential Engineering. . . . . . . . . . (336) 449-0505 Services, PA Brooke Thornton Carpenter, CGP Sadler Construction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . (919) 678-0313 Lewis Sadler, CAPS Spectrum Homes, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . (919) 848-2041 dba Evergreen Construction Company, Inc Lyle Gardner, CGP The Renovation Specialists, LLC. . . (919) 821-4525 Richard K. Parker, CAPS, CGR Vincent Building, Inc.. . . . . . . . . . . . (919) 967-0366 Simon Vincent, CAPS, CGR, CGP

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CARE

When a young Wake County bride-to-be became paralyzed after a freak accident two years ago, the Remodelers Council of the Home Builders Association (HBA) of Raleigh-Wake County came to the rescue. The Remodelers volunteered en masse to design and renovate the paraplegic woman’s home to include features like new counters, floors, appliances, ramps—and even an elevator to make the house easier to move around in a wheelchair. Council For Ageless Residential Environments (CARE) After that project, recalls HBA builder Lewis Sadler, Wake builders realized they were constructing houses that did not serve the needs of elderly and disabled persons. “You can make a house as green as you want but it’s no good if they can’t use it,” he explains. So the president of Sadler Construction Company founded CARE, an acronym for Council for Ageless Residential Environments. The objective of CARE, whose membership includes builders, remodelers, interior designers and real estate agents as well as in-home service contractors, is to inform the public about universal design—designing accessible buildings for people with and without disabilities. “We have to change the way we design and build a home because you never know when a family member will need those features,” said the chairman of CARE. Sadler believes the HBA, along with the medical community, 10

should educate people about building accessible homes. That’s how Nancy Briggs, a Prudential York Simpson Underwood Realtor and CARE member, helps older buyers as well as others with special housing needs. Briggs has a Senior Real Estate Specialist certificate (SRES), conferred by the National Association of Realtors, that qualifies her to address the housing needs of buyers and sellers in the fifty-plus age range. “Universal design and aging-in-place are definitely major components of SRES, particularly as it relates to helping clients plan ahead for life transitions,” says Briggs. Those design principals, she adds, apply to anyone with a physical challenge.

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Frazier’s home to enjoy now and appreciate even more as she ages. “I had never heard of universal design.” Frazier told me, “but it made practical sense based on my life.”

Offers CAPs Certification Classes CARE, the primary resource for universal design in home construction for the local building industry, currently has 23 members, eight of whom are certified aging-in-place specialists (CAPS). The council not only offers CAPS certification classes every year; it holds public quarterly meetings where professionals from various organizations explain the housing needs of disabled persons. For example, a recent CARE meeting at HBA headquarters featured speakers from the Multiple Sclerosis and Arthritis Foundations as well as from the Catfish chapter of ALS Association. The meeting included suggestions for building or remodeling a home for a person with a crippling disease. But 65-year-old Susan Frazier isn’t waiting until she becomes physically challenged to include universal design features in the beach house she is renovating. Her interior designer Nancie Wood is incorporating them into

Universal Design Makes Life Easier As the lead designer of Nancie Wood Interiors in Raleigh, Wood believes that planning for the future when building a home will make the project more cost effective. For example, she cites the shower in Frazier’s house. “While we have planned for a sliding hand-held shower-head on a bar, it (also) makes a really good-looking grab bar.” Wood, who is CAPS certified, designed Frazier’s master bedroom to comply with the Americans with Disability Act. In the master bathroom she designed a counter at a lower height with a vessel sink bowl; if the owner later needs wheelchair access, that bowl can be replaced with an under-counter sink and the cabinet below easily removed for wheelchair access. Additional Charitable Projects In addition to CARE, the Wake County HBA is involved in other charitable projects, including donating money to organizations that benefit physically challenged persons. Earlier this year, the association held an auction and donated $1,000 from its proceeds to the Sassafras Playground Foundation created by Frankie Lemmon School and Developmental

Council Helps Raise Donations for Local Community In February of 2012 the Professional Remodelers Council (PRC) of the Home Builders Association (HBA) of Durham, Orange and Chatham Counties participated in the 21st Annual Parade of Playhomes fundraiser. The Parade of Playhomes was established in April of 1992 initially as a non-dues revenue program for the HBA. Since 1995, 100 percent of funds raised are donated to help prevent child abuse. Since its inception, the Parade of Playhomes has raised over $123,000 for child abuse prevention organizations in Durham, Orange and Chatham Counties. In fact, this fundraiser is the largest source of donations for the community partners working to provide free and confidential services to local families. Members Make a Difference Members of the Professional Remodelers Council donated all the materials for the first “Flying Saucer Playhome” in the event’s history! Builder member Jay Hallan of Hallan Construction Co. led efforts and collaborated with fellow members on the design and plans for the project! It was obvious that the Flying Saucer needed to be safe AND fun, so extra time was taken to consider all the angles. After all had agreed on the final details, the PRC set to work. Teams of members and their families worked continuously over a weekend to complete the project. The end result was outstanding and included features such as exterior lighting, a folding ramp door, round seating area and table, a transparent roof as well as a custom painted “control panel” by local artist Waverly Hawthorne to help unlock the child’s imagination! The playhome really caught the attention of crowds when it was displayed at the American Tobacco District Campus in Downtown Durham. While raffle ticket sales continued, the playhome was enjoyed by the residents of Downtown Pittsboro. Raffle sales for the three 2012 playhomes totaled $3,100 and 100 percent of the proceeds were donated to the community partners. 12

The 2013 Parade of Playhomes is set to take place at three community festivals including Hog Days (May 17th -18th) in Downtown Hillsborough, Siler City Alive (June 15th) in Downtown Siler City and at Centerfest (September 21st – 22nd) in Downtown Durham. For more information on the 2013 Parade of Playhomes please visit www.paradeofplayhomes.org. Sources For This Article: HBADOC Director of Council Services Contact: Faith Strowd 20 W. Colony Pl., Ste. 180 Durham, NC 27705 919-493-8899

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Center—a kindergarten and preschool for children with special needs. The money will go toward construction of the Sassafras All-Children’s Playground designed by DHM Designs, which donated the plans to the foundation. The new playground will replace the 20-year-old Laurel Hills playground, which is not functional for disabled children. “There is no park in this city for my 11-year-old daughter who has cerebral palsy and uses a walker,” says Dionne Lester, development chair of the Sassafras Playground Foundation. The city’s existing parks, she explained, can’t adequately accommodate wheelchairs, walkers or canes. Lester and her husband Daryl, along with City of Raleigh Parks and Recreation, the Developmental Day Pre-School for Children with Disabilities and Frankie Lemmon Foundation are the founders and key partners of the Sassafras Playground project. According to Lester, the playground will cost about $2.2 million. The Foundation has already raised $250,000 in cash plus $500,000 in contributions, which include the HBA donation and proceeds from three playhouses Wood designed for a Sassafras benefit auction. Lester plans to contact corporate sponsors for additional support to help raise the $750,000 still needed.Once playground construction has started, Sadler hopes to have HBA volunteers participate in the project. He said CARE also plans to hold fundraisers later this year for Special Olympics of North Carolina and Miracle League of the Triangle. But CARE’s primary concern, Sadler notes, is educating the building community as well as real estate agents on the need for building accessible homes. “We need to move ahead from the ways we have been building them for the past 50 years and by doing so provide a better service for our customers,” he said. Initially incorporating universal design features into a home, Sadler says, “could save homeowners money in the long run by eliminating the need for future renovations based on physical needs or moving to an assisted living community.”

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indows can increase your heating bill between 10 percent and 25 percent by allowing heat to escape, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Never has it been more important to make sure your windows and doors aren’t letting money, as well as hot or cold air, out. When shopping for energy-efficient windows and doors, there are several types of ratings, technologies and window/door types that can save your wallet and the environment. Looking at ratings, purchasing treated windows, carefully selecting window and door styles, and choosing the right materials can increase energy savings through the years. ENERGY STAR: Your Guide to Efficiency ENERGY STAR is the governmental certification program that designates a product as meeting or going above U.S. Environmental Protection Agency energy efficiency guidelines. Certified products will have a label designating what regions the product is appropriate for, as well as performance rates given by the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC), such as the U-Factor, the Solar Heat Gain Coefficient, Visible Transmittance and Air Leakage: The U-Factor: measures heat transfer through a window; Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC): tells how much solar heat is absorbed by the product in proportion to the amount of solar radiation; Visible Transmittance: measures the amount of light transmitted; and Air Leakage: a measurement of heat that passes through cracks in the window’s construction. All of these are important when assessing a window and door for energy efficiency, since any transfer of air or heat into the home can raise energy costs to cool or heat the house. All of these terms come into play when looking at glazing, tinting, styles, frames, insulation and chemical treatments.

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Low E Low E (or low Emissivity) glass is frequently recommended as a major component in saving energy through better windows and doors. Low E glass is treated with a coating of clear metallic oxide, allowing for heat to be reflected back into the home in winter and away from the home in summer. The metallic coating will help lower the U-Factor of the window; a high U-Factor signifies the quicker flow of heat through the window and a low U-Factor means slow rate of heat flow, translating to better insulation. Naturally, Southern climates will want the lowest U-Factor. Certain brands, such as Marvin, will sell several types of Low E glass that are better for certain types of ENERGY STAR designated climate zones. Multiple Glass Panes A popular way to increase energy efficiency is to also have multiple panes of glass in a window. Having three panes of glass will create multiple layers of air pockets that will protect you from heat or cold transfer. Some styles can even fit shades between them for a sleeker look. Warm Edge Technology, referring to the type of material used to separate the panes of glass (called a spacer), can be applied here to stop heat or cold transfer. Instead of using the more traditional aluminum spacers like in the past, the metal may be wrapped in rubber to cut back on conductivity, helping with insulation. Some metal spacers are replaced altogether with foam, such as in the Super Spacer™ warm edge space system. Gas and Tinting Treatments Inserting inert gasses between windowpanes is another popular method of increasing window insulation. Argon is the primary gas used, sometimes with Krypton and air mixed in. Argon is denser than air, so it will act as an invisible insulator against the heat and cold.

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Efficiency

By Michelle Lovrine

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Glass tinting is another option to reduce energy lost through windows. Tinted windows, usually with a bronze or grey coloring to it, will reduce the Solar Heat Gain Coefficient, keeping your home cooler in the summer. Framing Considerations Frames also come into play when trying to save energy. “Windows and doors are now made with wider air pockets— air is the best insulator,” said Ed Cox of ABC Supply Co. in Durham, NC, “and warm edge glass technology in their glass spacer systems allows for less temperature transfer while reducing the percentages of glass seal failures.” Weather-stripping is an efficient method of keeping out undesired heat or cold. “Weather-stripping varies from manufacturer to manufacturer,” said Kent Wood of Builders First Source in Apex, NC, “but this too is an important piece of the energy puzzle. This often gets over looked by clients.” The installation of the window itself must also be taken into consideration to not let in heat or create drafts. “Locking mechanisms such as a three-point lock can help the door stay true and allow a tighter seal to the frame,” said Wood. Materials Vinyl and fiberglass are the best options for window and door materials when energy efficiency is a concern. They will not conduct heat and cold from the outside the way metal can. “Fiberglass doors and steel exterior doors with polyurethane foam cores have greatly increased the R-values on doors up to four times more than wood exterior door R-values,” said Cox. The R-value measures the heat resistance of insulation. A higher R-value means more resistance and better insulation. Wood said, “A frame should not move once installed in the opening as far as expansion and contraction. I see a trend moving toward a partial fiberglass, cellular pvc or composite being used in the frame material.” Styles Single-hung and double-hung windows generally still remain the most popular types of windows. Overall, however, the best window for energy efficiency is the Casement window, or crank out. This window supplies the tightest seal against air leakage. For doors, sliding patio doors with Low E options remain a good bet. Exterior, swinging fiberglass doors are popular. The Three Big Players: Andersen, Marvin and Pella The three largest window and door manufacturers, Andersen, Marvin, and Pella, all offer their own lines of some of the most energy-efficient windows and doors on the market. Andersen Windows and Doors covers the three main considerations for buying energy-efficient windows: treated glass, the right materials and weather-stripping. Andersen offers a line of

High Performance™ Low-E4® Glass, allowing for greater control of temperatures within the house. Their High Performance™ Low-E4® Smartsun Glass keeps out 95 percent of UV rays and their High Performance™ Low-E4® Sun Glass keeps out the heat in Southern climates. For a window that won’t warp and create drafts, has a weather tight seal, and blocks the heat or cold, consumers may want to look into Andersen’s Fibrex®, a window material made out of 40 percent wood fiber and 60 percent PVC by weight. Since Andersen keeps a careful eye on weatherstripping, they have created the Stormwatch® protection system to hold up against hurricanes. Marvin offers a range of highly customizable windows. Homeowners looking for a focus on energy efficiency can pull from a number of options for their windows. Marvin offers Dual-Pane and Tripane options to increase insulation. They also have several levels of Low E coatings to either block or allow heat transfer. LoE-180® is great for Northern climates that require the sun’s rays to pass through, but no heat loss to the outside. LoE2-272® has a double coating to reflect heat back into the house during winter and keep out heat in the summer, but is still not recommended for Southern climates. LoE3-366® has three metallic coatings that keep out the most heat, great for Southern climates. Marvin also offers windows with argon for more insulation. Consumers can also choose to have an energy panel installed, select a removable glass and screen panel option, and choose the XL Edge™ Spacer to insulate the edges of the glass. Those looking for fiberglass windows should look at the Integrity® line from Marvin, or the Infinity® line from Marvin for replacement windows and patio doors. For energy-efficient windows, consumers will want to look into the Pella Designer Series® windows with panes of glass that have blinds and shades between the triple-pane glass, boasting up to 74 percent more energy efficiency than a singlepane wood window. They are also tested to help prevent drafts. The Designer Series® comes with InsulShield® Advanced Low-E triple-pane glass and is coated in EnduraGuard® wood protection to resist degradation of the wood. For those looking to avoid wood windows, Pella has a line of fiberglass windows (Impervia®) and two vinyl lines (350 Series and Encompass by Pella®). For doors, a sturdy choice is the Pella Architect Series® entry doors, a line of durable fiberglass doors that offer superior protection from drafts and look like natural wood. Sources for this Article: Builders First Source ABC Supply Co. Contact: Kent Wood Contact: Ed Cox 23 Red Cedar Way 2204 Tobacco Road Apex, NC 27523 Durham, NC 27704 Phone: 919-363-4956 Phone: 919-688-4320 Online Sources: simonton.com, pella.com, lowes.com, edgetechig.com, energy.gov, marvin.com, andersenwindows.com, royalwindowsanddoors.com, stockbuildingsupply.com, probuild.com

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Home Undergoes Green Transformation

This home was built in 1963. Though the home held many memories for its owners, it was going to be a hard sell. With original electrical, plumbing fixtures and cabinets, as well as a dark and outdated look, it was clear that updates were necessary. Enter Paradise Found Construction, a builder of highperformance, Green Certified and conventionally built new homes and remodels based in Cary, N.C. Nestled on a quiet cul-de-sac on Picardy Place in Raleigh, this 1960s ranch home underwent a complete transformation to become a modern beauty. Renovations and energy-efficient upgrades earned the home a Green Certification in the Home 16

Innovation NGBS Green Certification Program, giving it a whole new life. “Our dedication to craftsmanship and customer satisfaction is equaled only by our passion for the environment,” says Jeff Wiblitzhouser, president of Paradise Found Construction. “That’s why we offer clients green remodeling and construction options.” Rather than demolish this functional home and create a brand-new one with a large carbon footprint, Wiblitzhouser believed renovations would be a better approach. “Renovating these older homes to reflect current design trends and ameni-

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ties that today’s buyers want, and at the same time increasing their energy and water efficiency and indoor air quality to reduce the overall cost of ownership, makes these homes attractive to buyers,” says Wiblitzhouser. “It provides an opportunity to bring younger families into these older neighborhoods, giving them new life, and at the same time raising community property values.” There wasn’t much to salvage in the ranch home, which meant Paradise Found Construction faced a complete overhaul that included gutting and redesigning both bathrooms and the kitchen. Wiblitzhouser also wanted to focus on modernizing the look of the home by creating a bright, open layout. Increasing the home’s energy and water-usage efficiency during the renovations was also important. The original home was missing insulation throughout, which needed to be remedied immediately to increase efficiency. Additional green features included reclaiming and refinishing the original hardwood floors, installing next-generation porcelain tile and avoiding the use of VOCs in the paints, carpets, and in the clear coat finish on the floors. The builder was also able to preserve all original doors, windows, and wainscoting/trim. To bring in more light, Wiblitzhouser removed the dark wood paneling and eliminated the aluminum window awnings. He also created a bright and open floor plan by installing a French door in the kitchen and enlarging the opening between the family room and the hall. Updated design features included granite countertops in the kitchen and bathrooms that set the tone for the whole house. Natural travertine tile accents were added in the kitchen, and the fireplace was brightened with a multi-step faux paint. These energy-efficient and design renovations were successful in taking the unwanted ranch home and helping it blossom into a modern gem. As a result, the home was sold to a young family within three days of completion. The Benefits, Value, and Importance of Green Certified Remodeling and Building • As the scarcity and price of our natural resources continue to rise, it is increasingly critical to our National Security and our ability to determine our destiny to move toward independence from foreign sources of energy. • Revitalizing existing communities provides an opportunity to bring younger families into these older neighborhoods, giving them new life, and at the same time raising property values. • Increasing energy and water efficiency to reduce the overall cost of ownership make these homes attractive to home buyers. • Boosting the indoor air quality creates a healthier home environment. Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) can be affected by gases (including carbon monoxide, radon, volatile organic compounds), particulates, microbial contaminants (mold, bacteria) for example.

• Reducing maintenance costs through the use of more durable building materials and superior building science practices serves to reduce the total Cost of Home Ownership. • Energy costs have increased an average of 16.33 percent per year over the last decade, compared to an average inflation rate of 2.49 percent. • Energy cost savings contribute to paying back any initial investment costs in resource efficiency upgrades. Savings going forward provide a positive cash flow. • When you buy a Green Certified Home that has been certified using the The National Green Building Standard (NGBS), you can be assured that your home has been verified to conform to a defined set of Green Building Standards. • Green Certified Homes continue to demonstrate increased buyer interest, command higher new construction and resale values and spend fewer days on the market compared to conventionally built structures. 2013 Green Certified Home Tour Open House Paradise Found Construction’s work on this home was awarded the Raleigh-Wake County HBA’s 2012 Star Award for the Best Green Certified Remodel. It also won the NAHB 2013 Nation Project of the Year, Green Certified Remodel. Wiblitzhouser was honored at an NAHB Green Awards Ceremony at the International Builder Show (IBS) on January 23, 2013, in Las Vegas, Nevada. The National and Local Award-Winning Green Certified Home will be open to the public to view and experience during the Green Home Builders of the Triangle’s Green Home Tour on the weekend of April 21-22. The address of the home is 5010 Picardy Place, Raleigh NC 27612. New Bedroom Addition Adds Functionality to an Extraordinary “Green” Home The young family of four purchased the home because it was close to other family members and because Paradise Found Construction in Cary, NC, had recently remodeled it to National Green Certified Standards so they could expect much lower utility bills. After living in the home for several months, the homeowners realized that there were several opportunities that could help the home accommodate their lifestyle. The master bedroom closet needed to be larger. One homeowner works from home, and was “making do” with an office set up in the front living room area. “All of the noise was not conducive to concentration!” The home also only had two existing bathrooms; one inside the master suite, and the second in the hallway. “When we had guests over, sometimes they had to go through our master bedroom to use the bathroom, which a lot of people find uncomfortable.” They loved the remodeling work that Paradise Found Construction had done prior to them moving in, and because

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they had such a great relationship with Wiblitzhouser, they called him to talk about the project While discussing adding the new master suite, Wiblitzhouser came up with the idea of “bisecting” the current master with a hallway, which meant that that the old master bath would become a second hallway bathroom. “We worked out a way to make the bath serve double-duty, by adding a second doorway to the hall, enabling the bathroom to

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act as the master bath, or a shared bath when needed. This also saved us a lot of money, because we didn’t have to build a whole new master bath with the addition; essentially we just added a big closet and a bedroom.” They were pleased with how quickly the project came together. “We started talking about the design options in August, kicked off construction at the beginning of October and had everything wrapped up in time for Christmas”. “We are thrilled with the results,” the homeowners said. “The new master hanging off of the back of the home is quiet, and of course we built the closet up to modern standards. Wiblitzhouser was great at listening to our ideas and concerns and coming up with options that both my wife and I felt good about; that is not always an easy thing! He also kept us up to date on work schedules and the progress.” “Working with Jeff was a much better experience than our previous kitchen remodel. The tight coordination of subcontractors helped make what could have been a 20-week project (and a 20-week inconvenience) much more tolerable. We felt strongly that Wiblitzhouser cares deeply about his work, which feels good as a homeowner.” The project also came in exactly on budget, which they appreciated. They would definitely recommend Paradise Found Construction. Sources for this Article: Paradise Found Construction Owner: Jeff Wiblitzhouser 106 Ortons Point, Cary, NC 27513 919-830-7218 | Jeff@paradisefoundconstruction.com www.ParadiseFoundConstruction.com

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Professional Trade Organizations The best place to find top-notched remodeling professionals is a professional organization such as the Home Builders Association (HBA) of Raleigh-Wake County Remodelers Council or the HBA of Durham, Orange and Chatham Counties Remodelers Council. Organizations like these help to keep their members informed about the latest products, construction techniques, business practices and industry issues. When you select a qualified remodeler, you are selecting someone who adheres to a Code of Ethics and is held to the collective standards of the organization. Council members are dedicated to observing the highest standards of integrity, frankness and responsibility in dealing with homeowners. According to Leon Meyers, with L.E. Meyers Builders, Inc.,

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in Durham, “Homeowners have higher standards than ever in terms of both quality of trade work in residential renovations and also quality of the renovation planning and construction process. You’ll find that remodeling contractors who are serious about performing to those higher standards all take advantage of the resources offered by professional trade organizations. It’s a great first-level qualifier and homeowners shouldn’t fail to use it.” (See Certified Experts on page 8 for a list of Professional Designations.) In addition, in this issue’s Chair Message (see page 4), Chairmen Deveraux Hamilton of Envision Built, LLC, and Jeremy Farber with Maplewood Building Co., LLC, both stress that running a construction-related company can be challenging in these recent economic times. “Many of us find it hard to survive in today’s economy with increasing costs, lack of lenders, and a decreased number of clients,” they said. “Whether you have been in business one or 40 years, keeping the business going can be overwhelming. There are many unique challenges in remodeling as every project presents different challenges in problem solving, minimizing dust, and allowing the family to function an a day to day basis in a construction environment. For these reasons, HBA is more important than ever and can be a very helpful resource in helping homeowners find a reputable remodeler for their project.” Referrals The best way to find a qualified builder is through referrals from someone who has just had a successful project completed by that firm. Talk to relatives, friends, neighbors and

co-workers who have had recent projects done. The key is to get the referral from someone you trust. Here is a list of question to help you establish a contractor’s qualifications and reputation and to help you find the right person for your remodeling job: How long have you been in business? Who will be assigned as the project supervisor for my job? What is the time frame for starting my project? How do you handle this type of job? Do you have employees or do you use trade contractors? Is your company a full-service or specialty contractor? Do you have design services available?  oes your firm carry workers compensation D and liability insurance? Do any of your employees hold trade certifications?  ow many projects like mine have you competed H in the past year? How many did you complete on time? Will we need a permit for this project?  hat is the status of your license in the state W of North Carolina?

According to Marilyn Stieneke with Paragon Building and Development Group, Inc., beyond basic qualifications and reputation, the best remodeler for you is one who is focused on your vision for the project. “You should feel comfortable from the start that the builder you hire is going to work with you to create a top-quality finished product with your desired design details, within your budget, while staying on schedule.”

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Check References/Review Completed Work Any reputable remodeler should be able to provide you with a number of references. Talking to past customers is one of the best ways to check on a firm you are considering. Here is a list of questions to ask previous customers: Could you communicate well with the remodeler? Were you pleased with the quality of work? Were you satisfied with the way your contractor

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Did the work crew show up on time? Was your project completed on schedule? Was your project completed within budget? Were there a lot of change orders that greatly increased the cost of your remodel?

Did the contractor stay in touch throughout the project? Was the jobsite kept neat? Did the work crew respect being in and around your home and family?

How was the contractor on follow up? Did you have any problems with callbacks? Were your questions and/or complaints handled promptly?

Would you use the contractor again without hesitation? Additionally, there is no substitute for a direct testimonial or for walking through a project and seeing for yourself what a contractor can do. Sometimes it is the best way to judge the quality of a contractor’s work. Good firms are proud of what they do and will be glad to show you their work.

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7 Sunroom, Living AreA, gArAge & WorkShop Addition The owner of this 1970’s transitional house wanted more living space, more storage, an enclosed garage and a wood working shop. They contacted The Renovation Specialists to help them with the design and completion of their project. We started by determining their needs, wants and budget; then moved to the planning and idea stage. The new living area, office and sunroom were constructed on the same level of the existing house. Cathedral ceilings combined with high transom windows add an airy feel to the design. The interior storage area will later be converted to a theater room. The new shop offers plenty of work space and a large conditioned storage area. An inviting trellised walkway accents the new entry area. Directions: From I-440 take exit 5 for Lake Boone Trail. Turn left onto Lake Boone Trail toward downtown. In approximately .5 miles turn right onto Ridge Road. In .3 miles turn right onto Horton St. The house will be on the left in .2 miles. For more pictures and contact information please visit our website at www.renovationspecs.com.

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County and The Triangle. They specialize in New Homes, Kitchens, Baths, Additions, Renovations, and Remodeling and excel at integrating cost-effective, energy efficient, healthy, environmentally and socially responsible building materials and products, and the latest in Building Science techniques into Residential and Commercial Construction. Paradise Found Construction was the recipient of the NAHB 2013 National Project of the Year for Green Certified Remodeling, and the winner of the 2012 STAR Award for Best Green Certified Renovation by the Wake

Paradise Found Construction 106 Ortons Point Pl Cary, NC 27513 Contact: Jeff Wiblitzhouser (919) 830-7218 jeff@pardisefoundconstruction.com www.ParadiseFoundConstruction.com

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he Remodelers Council of the Home Builders Association of Raleigh-Wake County would like to invite you to the 13th Annual Remodelers Home Tour on Saturday, April 27, from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Sunday, April 28, from 1 – 5 p.m.The Remodelers Home Tour is sponsored by Ferguson and the News & Observer.

For homeowners who are considering future renovation projects and improvements, this tour offers a great opportunity to meet the remodeling companies and understand their expertise since every project is unique. Projects are located throughout the Wake County area. There is no cost to attend the Tour. To attend the homes, go to any of the addresses of the homes on pages 27-31 during the Tour dates. Please note that these are private residences and are only open to the public on April 27 and 28, 2013. For every home each guest visits on the Tour, the guest will be given the opportunity to enter to win an iPad courtesy of Norandex! Information on the Remodelers Home Tour can be found at the HBA office, online at www.wakeremodelers.com, through the mobile apps to the right, or by contacting Jaclyn Parks at 919-232-5884.

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1. BK Builders 10832 Bexhill Drive, Cary 2. EMK Construction 3205 Twin Leaf Drive, Raleigh

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10832 Bexhill Drive, Cary, NC 27518 KITCHEN REMODEL

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Directions: US-1 South to Tryon Road; Right onto Kildaire Farm Road; Right onto Penny Road; Left onto Kingsford Drive; Right onto Bexhill Drive; Home is on the right.

BK Builders 919-669-3096 | www.b-kbuilders.com Visit www.wakeremodelers.com to find more about the Remodelers Home Tour.

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3205 Twin Leaf Drive, Raleigh, NC 27613 KITCHEN, MASTER BATHROOM, OUTDOOR LIVING SPACE

Directions: From I-440, take Exit 7B towards Crabtree Valley/Durham; Right onto Creedmoor Road; After 5 miles, Left onto Beechnut Trail; First right onto Old Creedmoor Road, Left onto Cranesbill Drive; Right onto Twin Leaf Drive.

EMK Construction 919-661-6389 | www.emkconstructioninc.com 304 Versailles Drive, Cary, NC 27511 FIRST FLOOR REMODEL WITH ADDITION AND OUTDOOR LIVING SPACE

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Directions: From I-40, take US-1/US-64 W, continue onto US-1 South; Take Exit 98B to merge onto US-64; Right onto Chalon Drive; Right onto Versailles Drive; Home is on the left.

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1007 Sunny Brae Court, Apex, NC 27503 FIRST FLOOR REMODEL/RENOVATION

Directions: From I-440, head towards Apex/Sanford; Take Exit 98B to merge onto US-64W towards Pittsboro/Asheboro; Left onto Lake Pine Drive; Left onto Old Raleigh Road; Right onto Kingsway Drive; Left onto Sunny Brae Court; Home is on the left.

Wake Remodeling 919-334-8854 | www.WakeRemodeling.com 1004 Haddon Hall Drive, Apex, NC 27502 KITCHEN, LAUNDRY, BATH

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204 Willesden Drive, Cary, NC 27513 KITCHEN REMODEL

Directions: From I-40, take Harrison Avenue exit towards Cary; Right onto Weston Parkway; Left onto Midenhall Way; Right onto Bathgate Lane; Right onto Willesden Drive; Home is on the right.

Distinctive Remodeling 919-772-3335 | www.DistinctiveRemodeling.com 3329 Horton Street, Raleigh, NC 27607 Full Interior/Exterior Renovation

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Directions: From I-440, take Exit 5 for Lake Boone Trail; Left onto Lake Boone Trail towards downtown; After .5 miles, right onto Ridge Road; After .3 miles, right onto Horton Street; Home is on the left.

The Renovation Specialists 919-821-4525 | www.renovationspecs.com

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1610 Pineview Street, Raleigh, NC 27608 BEDROOM suite, living Area, Kitchen

Directions: Take Wade Avenue into Raleigh; Left onto St. Mary’s Street; Left onto Jarvis Street, Right onto Pineview Street; Home is at the intersection of Pineview and Arlington Streets.

2SL Design Build 919-833-1448 | www.2sldesignbuild.com 103 Windy Rush Lane, Cary, NC 27519 BATH/KITCHEN

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Directions: From I-440W/US-1, take Exit 1 for I-40/US-64E; Keep left at fork and continue towards Walnut Street; Keep to the left and follow signs for US-1S/US-64W/Apex/Sanford/Asheboro; Take Exit 1A for Walnut Street; Right onto Walnut Street; Right onto Piney Plains Road; Turn slightly to the left as road becomes Lochmere Road; Right onto Lochwood W. Drive; Right onto Windy Rush Lane; Home is on the left.

Quality Design and Construction 919-779-3964 | www.qdcinc.com Visit www.wakeremodelers.com to find more about the Remodelers Home Tour.

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307 Midenhall Way, Cary, NC 27513 MASTER BATH/SUITE

Directions: From I-40, take Exit 287, turn West onto N. Harrison Avenue towards Cary; Travel .5 miles, turn right onto Weston Parkway; After .3 miles, left onto Midenhall Way; After .4 miles, home in on the left.

Davis Remodeling & Design 919-556-1194 | www.DavisRemodelingDesign.com 1849 Snow Wind Drive, Raleigh, NC 27615 UNIVERSAL DESIGN, ADDITION OF MASTER SUITE, OUTDOOR LIVING

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Directions: US-1/440 to Six Forks Road; Head North on Six Forks to Strickland Road; Left onto Strickland Road; Left onto Wind Jammer; Right onto Snow Wind Drive; Home will be on the left.

Vaughan Building & Remodeling 919-365-5174 | www.vaughanbuilding.com

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1706 Dare Street, Raleigh, NC 27608 KITCHEN/SCREEN PORCH

Directions: From I-440, take Glenwood Ave/Hwy 70 East towards downtown; Left onto Whitaker Mill Road; Right onto Bickett Blvd; Bear right on Dare Street; Home is second on the left.

Wood Wise Design & Remodeling 919-783-9330 | www.woodwisedesign.com 2210 Coley Forest Place, Raleigh, NC 27607 WHOLE HOUSE RENOVATION

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Directions: From I-440 E, take Exit 5 for Lake Boone Trail; Left onto Lake Boone Trail; Left onto Ridge Road; Right onto Westwood Drive; Right onto Coley Forest Place.

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116 Tenbridge Court, Wake Forest, NC 27587 KITCHEN REMODEL

Directions: From I-440, take Exit 11 for US-1N/401N towards Wake Forest; Stay straight on US-1 North/Capital Blvd; Left onto Jenkins Road; Right onto Chilmark Ave; Right onto Tenbridge Court.

Envision Built 919-928-5222 | www.envisionbuilt.com 4508 Lake Flower Drive, Holly Springs, NC 27540 BATHROOM REMODEL

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Directions: Take US-1 or 540 to NC Bypass 55, head South; Left onto Sunset Lake Road; Cross over Holly Springs Road, continue South; Right onto Lake Flower Drive; Home is on the right.

Paradise Found Construction 919-830-7218 | www.CaryRemodeling.net

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514 E. Whitaker Mill Road, Raleigh, NC 27608 WHOLE HOME RENOVATION/SECOND FLOOR ADDITION

Directions: Take Wade Avenue towards Raleigh; Get off on Glenwood Avenue and take left to Five Points intersection; Right onto Whitaker Mill Road; Home is on the left across from Mayview.

Aaron Fitz Construction 919-909-2049 | www.AaronFitzConstruction.com 5005 Hanna Lane, Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526 KITCHEN/FAMILY ROOM

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Directions: Take 440W/US-1S to Exit 96 for Ten Ten Road; After .1 miles, turn right onto Center Street; After .2 miles, continue on Ten Ten Road; After 1.6 miles, turn right onto Smith Road; After .2 miles, turn left onto Stephenson Road; After 1.8 miles, turn left onto Sunset Lake Road; After 3.1 miles, turn right onto Hanna Lane; Home is on the left.

Corbett Design Build 919-845-7670 | www.CorbettDesignBuild.com Visit www.wakeremodelers.com to find more about the Remodelers Home Tour.

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HBA Remodelers of Raleigh-Wake County and Durham, Orange & Chatham Counties

Member Specialties Contractors

Associates

Additions

Appliances

Beamon Building and Reality...................................... 919-828-8484 Envision Built.............................................................. 919-928-5222 Horizon Renovations, LLC.......................................... 919-548-3947 Krichco Construction, Inc. ......................................... 919-933-1211 Leland Builders, Inc.................................................... 919-669-6934 Lincoln and Associates, Inc. ...................................... 919-283-9543 Paradise Found, LLC.................................................. 919-830-7218 The Paragon Companies............................................ 919-329-0006 The Renovation Specialists......................................... 919-821-4525 Total Construction Solutions, Inc. .............................. 919-796-1115 Wake Remodeling....................................................... 919-757-1404

Basements

Beamon Building and Reality...................................... 919-828-8484 Quality Design and Construction, Inc.......................... 919-828-8484

Bathroom Remodeling

Beamon Building and Reality...................................... 919-828-8484 Quality Design and Construction, Inc.......................... 919-779-3964 RWS Construction...................................................... 919-795-6640 Total Construction Solutions, Inc. .............................. 919-796-1115

Custom Homes

Krichco Construction, Inc. ......................................... 919-933-1211

Decks and Porches

Total Construction Solutions, Inc. .............................. 919-796-1115

Design/Build

Beamon Building and Reality...................................... 919-828-8484 Krichco Construction, Inc............................................ 919-933-1211 Quality Design and Construction, Inc.......................... 919-779-3964

Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery.................. 919-828-7300

Attorneys

Ortiz & Schick, PLLC.................................................. 919-256-4282

Awnings

Retracting Solutions.................................................... 919-369-1045

Building Materials

84 Lumber.................................................................. 919-872-6984 ABC Supply Company................................................ 919-688-4320 Builders FirstSource.................................................... 919-363-4956 ProBuild .................................................................... 919-833-3639 Stock Building Supply................................................. 919-838-2612

Cabinets

Horizon Renovations, LLC.......................................... 919-548-3947 Stock Building Supply................................................. 919-838-2612

Ceramic Tile

Neuse Tile Service, Inc. ............................................. 919-570-7400

Decking & Railings

84 Lumber.................................................................. 919-872-6984 ABC Supply Company................................................ 919-688-4320 Builders FirstSource.................................................... 919-363-4956

Electrical

Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery.................. 919-828-7300

Fireplaces

Carolina Comfort Air................................................... 919-570-7711

Handyman Services

Heating & Air Conditioning (HVAC)

Historical Renovations

Kitchen & Bath Showroom

Kitchen Remodeling

Millwork

Total Construction Solutions, Inc. .............................. 919-796-1115 Leland Builders, Inc.................................................... 919-669-6934 Beamon Building and Reality...................................... 919-828-8484 Envision Built.............................................................. 919-928-5222 Horizon Renovations, LLC.......................................... 919-548-3947 Krichco Construction, Inc. ......................................... 919-933-1211 Lincoln and Associates, Inc. ...................................... 919-283-9543 Paradise Found, LLC.................................................. 919-830-7218 The Paragon Companies............................................ 919-329-0006 Quality Design and Construction, Inc.......................... 919-779-3964 The Renovation Specialists......................................... 919-821-4525 Total Construction Solutions, Inc. .............................. 919-796-1115 Wake Remodeling....................................................... 919-757-1404

Remodeler/General Contractor

Beamon Building and Reality...................................... 919-828-8484 Horizon Renovations, LLC.......................................... 919-548-3947 Leland Builders, Inc.................................................... 919-669-6934 Lincoln and Associates, Inc. ...................................... 919-283-9543 Paradise Found, LLC.................................................. 919-830-7218 The Paragon Companies............................................ 919-329-0006 The Renovation Specialists......................................... 919-821-4525 RWS Construction...................................................... 919-795-6640 Wake Remodeling....................................................... 919-757-1404

Universal Design

Lincoln and Associates, Inc. ...................................... 919-283-9543 The Renovation Specialists......................................... 919-821-4525

Whole House Renovation

Beamon Building and Reality...................................... 919-828-8484 Envision Built.............................................................. 919-928-5222 Krichco Construction, Inc. ......................................... 919-933-1211 Leland Builders, Inc.................................................... 919-669-6934 Lincoln and Associates, Inc. ...................................... 919-283-9543 Paradise Found, LLC.................................................. 919-830-7218 The Paragon Companies............................................ 919-329-0006 Quality Design and Construction, Inc.......................... 919-779-3964 Wake Remodeling....................................................... 919-757-1404 32

Carolina Comfort Air................................................... 919-570-7711 Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery.................. 919-828-7300 ProBuild .................................................................... 919-833-3639

Plumbing Supplies

Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery.................. 919-828-7300

Retractable Screens

Retracting Solutions.................................................... 919-369-1045

Roofing

ABC Supply Company................................................ 919-688-4320

Siding

84 Lumber.................................................................. 919-872-6984 ABC Supply Company................................................ 919-688-4320 Builders FirstSource.................................................... 919-363-4956 Nichiha....................................................................... 770-805-9466 Stock Building Supply................................................. 919-838-2612

Trim

Nichiha....................................................................... 770-805-9466

Trusses

ProBuild .................................................................... 919-833-3639

Windows & Doors

84 Lumber.................................................................. 919-872-6984 ABC Supply Company................................................ 919-688-4320 Builders FirstSource.................................................... 919-363-4956 Pella Window and Door Company ............................. 800-849-8550 ProBuild .................................................................... 919-833-3639 Stock Building Supply................................................. 919-838-2612

Window Shades

Retracting Solutions.................................................... 919-369-1045 For A complete list of HBA Remodelers Council Members, please see the alphabetical listing beginning on page 33.

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HBA Remodelers of Raleigh-Wake County and Durham, Orange & Chatham Counties

Membership Directory Contractors

Bradley Thorne Design, LLC 9217 Shallcross Way Raleigh, NC 27617 Bradley Thorne | (919) 815-6108 Brian Sawyer, Inc. 30024 Village Park Dr. Chapel Hill, NC 27517 Brian Sawyer | (919) 422-5656 Brouillardbuilt, Inc. 5805 Kiger Rd. Rougemont, NC 27572 Steven Brouillard | (919) 643-4047 BuildSense, Inc. 502 Rigsbee Ave., Suite 201 Durham, NC 27701 John Price, CGP | (919) 667-0404 Capital Building Group, LLC PO Box 98404 Raleigh, NC 27624 Daniel Poole | (919) 948-3337 Capitol Builders Group, Inc. PO Box 3255 Chapel Hill, NC 27515 Lester Sussman | (919) 933-7855 Carolina Country Builders 1459 Redbud Rd. Pittsboro, NC 27312 Paul Konove | (919) 542-5361 Cedar Creek Building Co. 7516 Orchard Crest Ct. Apex, NC 27539 Jason Tremont | (919) 868-6788 Chapel Hill Design, LLC 903 Dawes St. Chapel Hill, NC 27516 Harry McLean | (919) 969-1599 Charles Woods Builder PO Box 706 Hillsborough, NC 27278 Charles Woods | (919) 732-9570 CHE Renovations 1001 Corporation Pkwy., Suite 112 Raleigh, NC 27610-1859 Scott Burrell | (919) 231-7433 Cimarron Homes 2330 Operations Dr. Durham, NC 27705 Craig Morrison, CGP, MCGP (919) 382-2888 Claris Incorporated PO Box 3677 Chapel Hill, NC 27515 J. Woodward Claris III | (919) 625-3263 Complete Construction Company 300 Ridge Lake Dr. Apex, NC 27539 Glenn White | (919) 422-1333 Coral Construction & Design PO Box 628 Carrboro, NC 27510 Tiffany Elder, CGP | (919) 627-7843

Corbett Construction Co., Inc. 920 Paverstone Dr., Suite A Raleigh, NC 27615 Barry Corbett, CAPS, CGP, CGR (919) 833-5580 Core Remodeling Group, Inc. 2006 Production Dr. Apex, NC 27539 Adrian Harkey | (919) 608-3347 Custom Building & Remodeling, LLC 7429 New Forest Ln. Wake Forest, NC 27587 Matthew Wallace | (919) 554-0415 Davis Remodeling & Design 416 US Hwy 1, Suite D Youngsville, NC 27596 Christopher Davis | (919) 556-1194 DDM Construction Services, LLC 6729 Deerview Trl. Durham, NC 27712 David Mondeau | (919) 667-4477 Distinctive Remodeling, LLC PO Box 466 Garner, NC 27529 Eddie Casanave, CAPS, CGR | (919) 772-3335 Diversified Shelters Corporation PO Box 16158 Chapel Hill, NC 27516-6158 William Worthington | (919) 740-1229 DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Raleigh, LLC 1933 Evans Rd. Cary, NC 27513 Frank Wiesner, LLC: CGP, CMP, MIRM, CAPS | (919) 535-6222 EMK Construction, Inc. 96 Barringer Dr. Garner, NC 27529 Elliot Kanarek | (919) 661-6389

2SL Design Build 3230 Glen Royal Rd. Raleigh, NC 27617 John Sibert, AIA | (919) 833-1448 A. G. Builders, Inc. PO Box 2751 Durham, NC 27715 Alex Niemiroski | (919) 384-7005 Aaron Fitz Construction, LLC 514 E. Whitaker Mill Rd. Raleigh, NC 27608 Aaron Fitzgerald | (919) 909-2049 Acanthus Construction 1201 Shepherd St. Durham, NC 27707 Jon Fish | (919) 308-3393 Alphin Design Build PO Box 10330 Raleigh, NC 27605 Will Alphin | (919) 829-0109 Andrew Jacobs, Remodeling & Design PO Box 97051 Raleigh, NC 27624 Ron Bergen, CAPS, CGP (919) 291-2724 Andrew Roby General Contractors 310 S West St. Cary, NC 27511 William McKendry | (919) 210-2928 Archwood Building Company 711 W Lane St. Raleigh, NC 27603 Michael Powell | (919) 829-5610 Argyle Building Company, LLC 1720 E Franklin St. Chapel Hill, NC 27514 Alex Sayre | (919) 428-3263 Asbury Remodeling For more information about & Construction, LLC becoming a Remodelers Council 1002 Towhee Dr. Member call or visit: Apex, NC 27502 Myriam Harvey | (919) 904-4548 Beaman Building and Realty, Inc. 620 W Lane St., Suite 101 Raleigh, NC 27603 Jay Beaman | (919) 828-8484 BERCON Building Company, Inc. PO Box 73064 HBA of Raleigh-Wake County Durham, NC 27722 919-233-2033 Donny Berini | (919) 477-6550 wakeremodelers.com Bill Moneypenny Residential Construction PO Box 4765 Chapel Hill, NC 27515 Bill Moneypenny | (919) 968-7777 Blue Ribbon Residential Construction 5605-108 Chapel Hill Rd. Raleigh, NC 27607 HBA of Durham, Orange John Sperath, CAPS | (919) 303-0758 & Chatham Counties Bo Root Builders 919-493-8899 7716 Still Crossing Rd. docremodelers.com Chapel Hill, NC 27516 Paul Root III | (919) 967-7641 www.remodelinform.com • www.wakeremodelers.com • www.docremodelers.com

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Envision Built, LLC

1421 E. Broad St., Suite 343 Fuquay Varina, NC 27526 Phone: (919) 928-5222 Fax: (919) 928-5222 info@envisionbuilt.com www.envisionbuilt.com

Transform your Home, Enhance your Life! Envision Built is one of the triangle’s premier remodeling Professionals with one focus in mind-You the Customer. Our mission is to help our customers not just complete a remodeling project, but transform their Home in ways to that truly ENHANCE their lives. We believe in delivering an experience that will surpass your expectations. Contact us today about scheduling a consultation to discuss how we can help you envision your next home remodeling project. Frank Cole Building Company 101 Center St. Carrboro, NC 27510-1735 Frank Cole | (919) 942-3392 Freys Building & Remodeling Company 113 Meadow Fox Rd. Holly Springs, NC 27540 Scott Frey | (919) 552-1724 G. Crabtree Home Building 1507 Tyler Ct. Durham, NC 27701 Gail Crabtree | (919) 956-5603 Green Home Systems, Inc. 594 O’Kelly Chapel Rd. Durham, NC 27713 John Spurrell | (919) 475-4320 H Glazer Builder, Inc. 4109 Worley Dr. Raleigh, NC 27613 Harold Glazer, CAPS | (919) 571-7798 Hallan Construction Company 3227 Haddon Rd. Durham, NC 27705 Jay Hallan | (919) 280-9570 Hammerhead Building 26 Mary Charles Ln. Chapel Hill, NC 27516-4996 Mark Todd | (919) 933-3925 • Remodeling Today Triangle

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SPRING/SUMMER 2013 HBA Remodelers of Raleigh-Wake County and Durham, Orange & Chatham Counties Membership Directory Hands-On Contracting 5548 Old Still Rd. Wake Forest, NC 27587 Dyck DeWid | (919) 528-8858 Hartmann Home Improvements, Inc. 1700 Gwen Dr. Wake Forest, NC 27587 Peter Hartmann | (919) 426-9034 Hauser Building Company, Inc. 2405 Western Park Lane Hillsborough, NC 27278-9397 Edward Hauser, CAPS | (919) 942-1770 Hawkins Construction Services, Inc. PO Box 20725 Raleigh, NC 27619 John Hawkins | (919) 571-9226 Hilliard Contracting, Inc. 5509 Wood Pond Ct. Raleigh, NC 27610 Steven Hilliard. CAPS, CGB, CGP, CGR (919) 231-8314 Home Revision, LLC 665 Cole Rd. Clayton, NC 27520 John Jones | (919) 585-4361

J. Daniel Fritz, Builder PO Box 71418 Durham, NC 27722-1418 Dan Fritz | (919) 477-0031 J. Peloquin Construction, Inc. 1020 Vista Wood Dr. Hillsborough, NC 27278 Jeffrey Peloquin | (919) 732-7554 JC Edwards Residential Contractors 809 Mount Vernon Rd., Suite 101 Raleigh, NC 27607 Kent Edwards | (919) 851-3199 John C Sanders & Co. PO Box 10429 Raleigh, NC 27605 John Sanders | (919) 791-2878 Jokisch Construction 2710 Gordon St. Raleigh, NC 27608 Chris Jokisch | (919) 422-1165 Keith Dixon Building Company, Inc. PO Box 17027 Chapel Hill, NC 27516 Keith Dixon | (919) 929-3197 Kelly Neville Builders, LLC 2926 Ode Turner Rd. Hillsborough, NC 27278 Kelly Neville, CGP | (919) 619-0293

Horizon Renovations, LLC 180 H.J. Williams Road Siler City, NC 27344 Contact: Kevin Frazier Phone: (919) 548-3947 kevin@horizonrenovationsllc.com www.horizonrenovationsllc.com

Horizon Renovations LLC is a Building, Remodeling,and Renovation Contracting Company. We offer everything from Conventional Building, Renovations, Custom Design and Builds to Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling. We also offer many valuable services that other contractors do not, such as Custom Cabinetry, Deck and Gazebo Building. Fully Licensed. Innovative Renovation, LLC 921 Morreene Rd., Suite 206B Durham, NC 27705 Blake Anderson | (919) 943-6214 J L H Construction Company 511 Kingsbury Dr. Durham, NC 27712-3558 James Harden | (919) 479-9400 J. D. Morris Construction, Inc. 412 Constitution Dr. Durham, NC 27705 David Morris, CGP | (919) 383-3111 34

Krichco Construction, Inc. PO Box 9400 Chapel Hill, NC 27515-9400 Contact: Andrew Krichman Phone: (919) 933-1211 Fax: (919) 933-9412 Krichco@nc.rr.com www.krichco.com

L. E. Meyers Builders, Inc. 3200 Sandy Creek Dr. Durham, NC 27705-6017 Leon Meyers | (919) 403-1883 Lee Patterson 1101 B North Greensboro St. Carrboro, NC 27510 Lee Patterson | (919) 291-3785

Leland Builders, Inc. 10048 Fountain Chapel Hill, NC 27517 Contact: Lee Williams Phone:(919) 669-6934 leland9933@aol.com lelandbuildersinc.com

Leland Builders is a design/build firm that specializes in custom homes, additions and renovations. We strive to provide a space that has purpose of function, efficiency, flow and seamlessness. You will work directly with Lee Williams, the owner of the company, from beginning to end on all aspects of your project. Please give us a call to see how we can help with your building needs. Leuver Construction 1140 Holly Springs Rd., Suite 104 Holly Springs, NC 27540 Mark Leuver | (919) 346-1499

Lincoln & Associates, Inc. Krichco Construction Inc. is consistently recognized for our quality work, attention to detail, and excellent problem solving skills. Our people are trained to do a great of listening to our customers first and then turning challenges into opportunities for solutions. We specialize in whole house renovations, additions, storm and fire restorations, and modernizations of older homes. High quality work, great customer satisfaction, and affordable costs! The Larry Smith Company 7912 Farnham Ct. Raleigh, NC 27615 Larry Smith | (919) 676-7550 L. E. Meyers Builders, Inc. 3200 Sandy Creek Dr. Durham, NC 27705-6015 Keith Newlin | (919) 403-1883

PO Box 16906 Chapel Hill, NC 27516 Contact: Robert Lincoln Phone: (919) 283-9543 rt@rtlincoln.com www.rtlincoln.com

The team at Lincoln & Associates has been building, remodeling and adding onto homes in the triangle since 1992. Through unmatched service, streamlined processes and unique uses of modern technology we deliver finished projects that will exceed your expectations and excite your senses.

Loyd Builders 5208 Shamrock Rd. Raleigh, NC 27612 John Houston | (919) 389-9845 M Squared Builders & Designers, Inc. 7217 Wiley Mangum Rd. Bahama, NC 27503-8606 Michele Myers | (919) 620-8535 Maplewood Building Company, LLC 1628 Marion Ave. Durham, NC 27705 Jeremy Farber, CGR, CGP (919) 846-8952 Marty Graff Custom Homes & Remodeling, Inc. 6570 Bakersfield Dr. Raleigh, NC 27606 Marty Graff | (919) 233-6712 Miedema Building PO Box 98811 Raleigh, NC 27624 Roger Miedema | (919) 848-8473 Neuhoff Custom Builders 3612 Corbin St. Raleigh, NC 27612 Ken Neuhoff | (919) 786-0111 Noble Renovation 109 Pebble Ridge Farms Ct. Cary, NC 27513 Steve Minor | (919) 413-7485 Original Space, Inc. PO Box 37607 Raleigh, NC 27627 Robert Whitley, CAPS | (919) 851-8811

Paradise Found Construction 106 Ortons Point Cary, NC 27513 Contact: Jeff Wiblitzhouser Phone: (919) 830-7218 Fax: (919) 677-1246 jeff@paradisefoundconstruction.com www.ParadiseFoundConstruction.com

Paradise Found Construction is a Builder of high-performance Energy Star Qualified, Green Certified, and Conventionally built New Homes and Remodels based in Cary, North Carolina. Our success is driven by our commitment to operate responsibly, deliver excellence and apply new innovative energy efficient and green technologies while integrating cost-effective energy efficient, socially responsible building materials and practices into existing and new homes whenever practical.

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The Paragon Companies, Inc.

Quality Design & Construction, Inc.

Post Office Box 37397 Raleigh, NC 27627 Contact: Joshua B. Mauney Phone: 919.329.0006 Fax: 919.329.8065

3823 Junction Blvd. Raleigh, NC 27603 Contact: Peggy Mackowski, CAPS, CGP, CGR David Mackowski, jbmauney@TheParagonCompaniesInc.com CAPS, CGR, CGP www.TheParagonCompaniesInc.com Phone: (919) 779-3964 Fax: (919) 779-0312 peggym@qdcinc.com www.qdcinc.com

The Paragon Companies, Inc. is a full-service provider of complete residential and commercial building solutions including general contracting/remodeling, painting/drywall, and roofing/siding. Our company was founded on the principles of hard work, honesty, and exceptional client service. When you partner with Paragon for your next project, you’ll see these core values reflected in our work, our attitude, and our focus on your vision. At Paragon, our mission is simple: Exceed Expectations. No Exceptions. Peter Thorn Builders PO Box 16104 Chapel Hill, NC 27516-6104 Pete Thorn, CGB | (919) 968-3885 Petry Construction Company 1044 Lakeside Dr. Durham, NC 27712 Shannon Petry | (919) 452-0269 Proland Development, Inc. PO Box 99148 Raleigh, NC 27624 Jack Lichtner | (919) 669-4346

Quality Design & Construction is a design/build residential remodeling company. We offer extensive experience in both creative design and quality construction. We work closely with you to incorporate your ideas and ours into a project that fits your home, lifestyle and budget. Quality Design & Construction has won numerous awards for customer service and innovative design. By hiring and training our own full-time staff and updating our team on the latest building codes and OSHA safety standards, we can ensure the highest quality craftsmanship on your project. We specialize in all types of residential remodeling including kitchens, baths, sun­rooms, basements, attics, decks, additions and whole house remod­els. Call us to discover remodeling possibilities for your home. R.A. Newton Custom Homes, LLC 8209 Last Oak Ct. Raleigh, NC 27613 Richard Newton | (919) 669-9607

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The Renovation Specialists, LLC 1501 Sunrise Ave. Raleigh, NC 27608 Owners: Rick Parker, CAPS, CGR Larry Lancaster Phone: 919-821-4525 info@renovationspecs.com www.renovationspecs.com

We understand your home is an investment and personal retreat. It’s our goal to offer personal attention to each job providing a minimum of stress and disruption to your daily life. We provide the highest quality and award winning workmanship for a full range of projects, from remodeling kitchens and bathrooms, to building additions, to whole house renovations. Residential Construction Resources 1424 Bascomb Dr. Raleigh, NC 27614 Betsy Lingenheld | (919) 524-3238 Revolution Homes 4126 Rockingham Dr. Raleigh, NC 27609 Ryan Johnson | (919) 536-2781 Riverbank Construction, Inc. 1821 Hillandale Rd., Ste 1B-340 Durham, NC 27705 David Parker | (919) 730-7989 Rodney Aulbert Builders, Inc. 610 Lee Fox Lane Hillsborough, NC 27278 Rodney Aulbert | (919) 643-2515 Rufty Homes, Inc. PO Box 5426 Cary, NC 27512 Jon Rufty | (919) 460-8550 RWS Construction PO Box 1152 Youngsville, NC 27596 Scott Smith | (919) 795-6640 Sadler Construction PO Box 3023 Cary, NC 27519 Lewis Sadler, CAPS | (919) 678-0313 South Grown Building Company 4719 Hunt Rd. Hillsborough, NC 27278-8817 Vern Miller | (919) 698-3148

Space Builders, Inc. PO Box 502 Carrboro, NC 27510 Bert Gurganus | (919) 929-7072 Spectrum Homes, Inc. dba Evergreen Construction Company, Inc. 7706 Six Forks Rd. Raleigh, NC 27615 Lyle Gardner, CGP | (919) 848-2041 Stuart M Jones Custom Homes, Inc. 4200 White Pine Dr. Raleigh, NC 27612 Stuart Jones | (919) 782-5651 Synergy Building Company, Inc. PO Box 68 Carrboro, NC 27510 Rick Allen | (919) 933-6569 Thomas Brent Custom Homes 208 Copper Beech Ct. Chapel Hill, NC 27517 Brent Voelkel | (919) 933-3585

Total Construction Solutions Barbara Anne Eagles 602 Bladestone Court Apex, NC 27502 Phone: (919) 796-1115 Fax: (919) 363-2463 ba@total-construction-solutions.com www.total-construction-solutions.com

TCS, Inc. was established in 2004 by Barbara Anne Eagles. B.A., as she’s known by most, graduated from Meredith College and has over 15 years experience in the custom home building and remodeling business. Her professionalism and attention to detail will guarantee a job well done. TCS specializes in kitchen and bath remodels, additions, and general home repairs. Trendmark, Inc. PO Box 5712 Cary, NC 27512 Wallace Baker | (919) 868-4545 Vaughan Building & Remodeling, Inc. 91 Stotts Mill Rd. Wendell, NC 27591 William Vaughan | (919) 365-5174 Vincent Building, Inc. PO Box 9857 Chapel Hill, NC 27515-9857 Simon Vincent, CAPS, CGR, CGP (919) 967-0366

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SPRING/SUMMER 2013 HBA Remodelers of Raleigh-Wake County and Durham, Orange & Chatham Counties Membership Directory W.T. Barker Construction Co. 1401 Sunday Dr., Suite 113 Raleigh, NC 27607 Spence Harrell | (919) 859-0044

ABC Supply Company, Inc. Wake Remodeling 1803 Holly St. Apex, NC 27502 Contact: Catherine A. Dobbins Phone: (919) 334-8854 Catherine@WakeRemodeling.com www.WakeRemodeling.com

Wake Remodeling is a family owned full service company. Our mission is to ‘Serve Our Neighbors One Remodel at a Time.’ As we create unique spaces, we cultivate a personal and memorable experience for our clients. We strive to educate and communicate with our clients through the process. Call us for a free consultation. Walker Design Build 111 Commonwealth Ct., Ste. 105 Cary, NC 27511-4447 Wes Walker | (919) 234-4284 Waters Construction Co. 1004 Tyrrell Rd. Raleigh, NC 27609 Thomas Waters | (919) 669-3814 Will Johnson Building Company 301 Kildaire Rd., Ste 102-A Chapel Hill, NC 27516 Will Johnson | (919) 933-2100 William C. King Construction Co., Inc. 3711 Surry Trl. Hillsborough, NC 27278 William King, Jr. | (919) 697-0785 Wood Wise, Inc. and ECO Building Group, LLC 3121 A Glen Royal Rd. Raleigh, NC 27617 Hank Wall | (919) 783-9330

Associates 1st Choice Cabinetry, LLC 2620 Westinghouse Blvd. Raleigh, NC 27604-2471 Debra Foglesong | (919) 836-8361 4th Dimension Media, Inc. W298 N1004 Saint James Way Waukesha, WI 53188 Kevin Ford | (262) 646-6325 5 Star Awards, Inc. 100 Woodwinds Industrial Ct., Suite B Cary, NC 27511 Lisa Higginbotham | (919) 954-1130 36

2204 Tobacco Rd. Durham, NC 27704 Phone: (919) 688-4320 2412 Yonkers Rd. Raleigh, NC 27604 Phone: (919) 836-9950 1140 N New Hope Rd. Raleigh, NC 27610 Phone: (919) 255-1185 www.abcsupply.com

For 30 years, ABC Supply has been contractors’ partner in success. Since its founding in 1982, its focus has been serving professional contractors. With more than 450 branches nationwide, it is the largest wholesale distributor of roofing in the U.S. and one of the nation’s largest distributors of siding, windows and other exterior building products. A C Harris Dust Removal Services / Total Home Care 1621 Buck Wallow Rd. Wake Forest, NC 27587 AC Harris | (919) 687-7772 Access Walk-In Baths 41 Rogers Rd. Lexington, NC 27292 Rusty Payne | (866) 356-4697 Accounting Etc., Inc. 106 Ridge View Dr., Suite B Cary, NC 27511 Debra Combos | (919) 460-5709 Adams Products Company 106 S. LaSalle St. Durham, NC 27705 Kevin Scheele | (919) 815-8125 Adcock Agency, Inc. 219 E Chatham St., Suite 101 Cary, NC 27511 John Miller | (919) 467-8126 American Cedar & Millwork, Inc. 3401 Tarheel Dr. Raleigh, NC 27609 Don Reinhardt | (919) 616-5044 Apex Cabinet Company PO Box 141 Apex, NC 27502 Bob Howington | (919) 362-7979 The Appliance Center 3636 Shannon Rd. Durham, NC 27707-3532 Stu Stewart | (919) 403-2323

Appliance World of Raleigh, Inc. 5910-125 Duraleigh Rd. Raleigh, NC 27612 Michelle Arnold | (919) 571-1803 Audio Advice 8621 Glenwood Ave., Ste. 117 Raleigh, NC 27617 Chip Johnson | (919) 881-2005 AZEK Building Products 10705 Pendragon Pl. Raleigh, NC 27614 Shaylene Adam | (910) 465-4157 B K Builder 1012 Tyrrell Rd. Raleigh, NC 27609 Brian Kemp | (919) 669-3096 Best Plumbing 1209 Lee Rd. Clayton, NC 27520 Saul Duran | (919) 320-4174 Best Tile of NC, LLC 2017 Raleigh Blvd. Raleigh, NC 27604 Joseph Sullivan | (919) 832-1235 Best Tile of NC, LLC 4215 Garrett Rd. Durham, NC 27707 Dave Kocienda | (919) 401-9420 Bird Decorative Hardware & Bath 611 Creekside Dr. Raleigh, NC 27609 Alicia Julien | (919) 833-5580 Bonded Builders Warranty Group 9525 Walter Myatt Rd. Fuquay Varina, NC 27526 Barry Tutor | (919) 524-1682

Offering quality products and value-added services, ProBuild in the triangle features installation of framing, siding, windows, doors, garage doors and interior trim. We stock hundreds of well known brands so ask any one of our experienced staff for assistance - we look forward to helping make your next project a success. Find the location nearest you by visiting us at www.probuild.com.

RALEIGH 919.833.3639 FAYETTEVILLE 910.483.2294 DURHAM 919.687.4675 GARNER 919.772.2501 www.probuild.com

Brentwood Carpets, Inc. 4600 Paragon Park Rd. Raleigh, NC 27616 Harry Harles | (919) 872-2775 Brick and Stone of NC, Inc. 1306 Bobbitt Dr. Garner, NC 27529 Victor Chavez | (919) 359-0309 BSI and Assoc., Inc./DBA Carolina Chimney 828 N White St. Wake Forest, NC 27587 Steve Sterling | (919) 562-7668 Builder Products, Inc. and Carolina Stone Worx 4001 Atlantic Ave. Raleigh, NC 27604 Glenn Cousins | (919) 878-7744

Builders FirstSource 23 Red Cedar Way Apex, NC 27523 Contact: Seamus Conlon Bill Snyder Phone: (919) 363-4956

Builders FirstSource provides quality building materials like lumber, millwork, doors, vinyl and wood windows, and exterior siding. We also manufacture and deliver quality roof and floor trusses and provide installed services for framing, windows, doors, siding, and interior trim that help the builder and remodeler get the job done. Byrd Tile Distributors Inc 3400 Tarheel Dr Raleigh, NC 27609-7513 Paula Wade | (919) 427-2933 C W J Heating & Air Conditioning 4901 Hillsborough Rd. Durham, NC 27705-5905 David Radford | (919) 383-2490 Cabinets By Horizon, LLC PO Box 466 Garner, NC 27529 Eddie Casanave, CAPS, CGR (919) 772-3335 California Closets 6316 J. Richard Dr., Suite D Raleigh, NC 27617 Joseph Marengi | (919) 785-1115

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HBA Remodelers of Raleigh-Wake County and Durham, Orange & Chatham Counties Membership Directory SPRING/SUMMER 2013

Carolina Comfort Air, Inc. 5212 US Hwy 70 Bus West Clayton NC 27520 Phone: (919) 550-7711 Fax: (919) 550-2492 cca@carolinacomfortair.com www.carolinacomfortair.com

Opened in 2007 in Smithfield, Carolina Comfort Air has grown to 3 locations to serve our family of homeowners. With our tremendous growth, we still maintain the personal touch our clients have grown to expect. We’re there when YOU need us! Call us today for all of your HVAC needs! Carolina Custom Kitchen and Bath and Carolina Custom Homes, LLC 123 N. Salem St. Apex, NC 27502 Gresham Riggs | (919) 291-8429 Carolina Glass & Mirror and Taps & Latches PO Box 1439 Garner, NC 27529 Mike Wilkins | (919) 662-9050 Carolina Plumbing Supply, Inc./Carolina Decorative Plumbing 4601 Trademark Dr Raleigh, NC 27610-3059 Patti Bostrom | (919) 424-0022 Casillas Restoration and Remodeling 4613 Foxhound Rd. Raleigh, NC 27616 Jorge Casillas | (919) 390-9244 Clear-Vue Glass 502 Rigsbee Ave., Ste. 101 Durham, NC 27701 Leslie Mason | (919) 682-5597 Closet Creations 9333 Fawn Lake Dr. Raleigh, NC 27617 Paul Latz | (919) 427-1759 Coastal Screening, LLC PO Box 1353 Cary, NC 27512 Max Herring | (919) 851-8898 Colorful Concepts Interior Design 8909 Breeland Way Raleigh, NC 27613 Max Herring | (919) 846-8281 Common Ground Green Building Center 326 W. Geer St. Durham, NC 27701 Paul Toma | (919) 688-1500

Corporate Investors Mortgage Group 1414 Raleigh Rd., Ste 330 Chapel Hill, NC 27514 Jim Enright | (919) 929-6116 Crawl Space & Basement Technologies, LLC 9650 Strickland Rd. Suite 103-203 Raleigh, NC 27615 Jason Mullins | (919) 847-7072 Custom Glass & Door Studios 6909 Glenwood Ave. Suite 110 Raleigh, NC 27613 Trip Cathcart | (919) 229-8029 Custom Home Exteriors, Inc. 1001 Corporation Pkwy., Suite 112 Raleigh, NC 27610 Stephen Scoggins | (919) 231-6376 del ZIO Designs Interiors 150 Meadow Run Dr. Chapel Hill, NC 27517 Linda Zoffer | (919) 933-2431 Dickerson Hearth Products, Inc. 4821 Hargrove Rd Raleigh, NC 27616-1884 Hill Dickerson | (919) 872-6770 Duron Paints & Wallcovering and Sherwin-Williams Company 3434 Kildaire Farm Rd., Suite 210 Cary, NC 27518 Cameron King | (919) 854-7701 Exceptional Painting 6409 Fayetteville Rd., Suite 120 Durham, NC 27713 Leondras Owens | (919) 598-6471 ezeGlide Rollout Shelving 510 W. Main St., Suite 104A Clayton, NC 27520 Patrick Kennedy | (919) 791-5918

Fireplace Editions 311 E Main St. Carrboro, NC 27510 Dann Carnes | (919) 968-8101 Fitch Lumber Company 309 N. Greensboro St. Carrboro, NC 27510 David Fitch | (919) 942-3153 Frazee Carpet & Interiors 3113 Hillsborough Rd. Durham, NC 27705 Clara Guy | (919) 286-5570 GMA Supply, LLC 200 Irving Pkwy. Holly Springs, NC 27540 Sean Mayefskie | (919) 577-0787 Habitat ReStore 5501 Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd. Durham, NC 27707 Bonnie Ashley | (919) 403-8668 Henson Masonry Co. 220 Lake Dr. Cary, NC 27513 Dan Henson | (919) 522-5418 High & Rubish Insurance Agency 6015 Farrington Rd., Suite 101 Chapel Hill, NC 27515-3040 Jeff Rubish | (919) 913-1144 Interior Decisions, LLC 416 US Hwy 1, Suite D Youngsville, NC 27596 Louise Davis | (919) 556-1485

J W Distributors, Inc. 1517 Buckhorn Rd. Mebane, NC 27302 Contact: Janice Ward Phone: (919) 304-5756

Ferguson Bath, Kitchen & Lighting Gallery 2700 Yonkers Rd Suite A Raleigh, NC 27604-3229 Contact: Chad Frazier Phone: (919) 828-7300 chad.frazier@ferguson.com www.ferguson.com

Visit your local Ferguson Bath, Kitchen and Lighting Gallery to find everything you need to remodel your kitchen, bath, or entire home— and the trained consultants to help with any taste or budget. With showrooms from coast to coast, come see why Ferguson is recommended by professional contractors and designers everywhere.

Retracting Solutions has been in business servicing the Triangle area since 1998. Family owned and managed, their core business has been selling and installing Phantom retractable screens for doors and motorized units for porches. Over the years, Insolroll Retractable Shading solutions, Durasol Awnings and Shading Solutions and Sunsetter Awnings havebeen added to the product offerings. James Hardie Building Products 7216 Wilderness Rd. Raleigh, NC 27613 Wes Newton | (919) 559-0995 JELD-WEN Windows & Doors 30144 Walser Chapel Hill, NC 27517 Chris Draper | (919) 619-1094

Kidd Plumbing Services, Inc. PO Box 20755 Raleigh, NC 27619 Henry Kidd | (919) 821-2970 Kitchen and Bath Galleries AKA KAB Corp. 108 E Chatham St. Cary, NC 27511 Lee Rothstein | (919) 467-6341 L. C. Drywall 3919 Cheek Rd. Durham, NC 27704 Luis Ceron | (919) 730-2838 Lighthouse Garage Doors 8817 Westgate Park Dr., Suite 110 Raleigh, NC 27617 Darrell Patterson | (919) 876-3663 Lights Unlimited 310 McCormick St. Garner, NC 27529 Leon Williams | (919) 933-9966 Louisiana Pacific Corporation 5021 Beaver Creek Rd. New Hill, NC 27562 Tommy Deloach | (919) 363-6400 Lowe’s of Chapel Hill 1801 Fordham Blvd. Chapel Hill, NC 27514 Robert Martinelli | (919) 967-3289 Majestic Marble & Glass Company 117 Franklin Park Dr. Youngsville, NC 27596 Julie Byers | (919) 865-5147 Mosaic Tile Company 2641 Noblin Rd., Suite 100 Raleigh, NC 27604 Chris Hughes | (919) 871-0848 Nationwide Lifts, Inc. 1251 NW Maynard Rd., Suite 128 Cary, NC 27513 Tim Lord | (919) 341-1361 Neuse Tile Service, Inc. 70 Weathers Ct., Suite B Youngsville, NC 27596 Nyle Wadford | (919) 570-7400 Neuwave Systems, Inc. 2800 Highwoods Blvd Raleigh, NC 27604-1001 Mark Masters | (919) 878-8747 New Homes and Ideas Magazine 140 Southcenter Ct. Morrisville, NC 27560 Betsy Sher | (919) 534-1196

For more information about becoming a Remodelers Council Member call or visit: HBA of RaleighWake County 919-233-2033 wakeremodelers.com HBA of Durham, Orange & Chatham Counties 919-493-8899 docremodelers.com

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SPRING/SUMMER 2013 HBA Remodelers of Raleigh-Wake County and Durham, Orange & Chatham Counties Membership Directory

Pella Window & Door Company Norandex Building Materials 1313 Transport Drive Raleigh, NC 27603 Phone: (919) 772-6220 Fax: (919) 772-8782

220 Seneca Rd. Greensboro, NC 27406 Contact: Tim Hudson Phone: (800) 849-8550 professional.pella.com

3500-A Tricenter Blvd. Durham, NC 27713 Phone: (919) 293-0051 Fax: (919) 293-0157 Contact: Jay Cole - Dist. Sales Mgr jay.cole@norandex.com www.norandex.com Windows, Siding, Roofing...and more! Since 1946, Norandex has been able to grow our customers business through our People, Products, and Service. Norandex also offers unique programs to assist you in ways to market and grow your business. Call today to find out how we can help you! Ocoro Enterprises 800 Taylor St. Durham, NC 27701 Gustavo Ocoro | (919) 923-9324 Old South Masonry 1501-B Gavin St Raleigh, NC 27608 Mike Harrigan | (919) 291-3286 CMYK VERSIONS

Ortiz & Schick, PLLC 2840 Plaza Place, Suite 300 Raleigh, NC 27612 Contact: John-Paul Schick Phone: (919) 256-4282 Fax: (919) 781-2525 jpschick@oslawnc.com www.oslawnc.com

We represent builders, developers, general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, engineers, architects, and commercial landlords. We routinely handle contracts, loans, leases, purchases, collections, lawsuits, arbitration. We also act as North Carolina counsel for several national surety companies that issue construction bonds. We represent many small and medium businesses, from start-up through dissolution. P S N C Energy 2541 Whilden Dr. Durham, NC 27713 Terrence Frasier | (919) 598-7453

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Pella Window & Door Company has distributed Pella’s full line of quality windows and doors in North Carolina and Southwest Virginia for over 45 years. Viewed to be the Best since 1925, Pella is your choice for design, solid manufacturing, and local service. With experienced and skilled professionals never far away, on-time delivery, and service after the sale, all your window and door needs will be covered. Call or visit one of our local showrooms today.

Rite Rug 200 Innovation Ave., Suite 145 Morrisville, NC 27560 Terri Wheeler | (919) 218-2492 SERVPRO of South Durham & Orange Counties PO Box 14027 Durham, NC 27709 Shane Wycuff | (919) 596-1242 Sherwin Williams/Duron 1806 Laura Duncan Rd. Apex, NC 27502 Joe Tomberlin | (919) 306-3242 Sign-A-Rama 3702 Hillsborough Rd., Ste. 1 Durham, NC 27705 Rob Brantley | (919) 383-3500 Signature Flooring, Inc. 1909 S. HWY 119 Mebane, NC 27302 Charles Harding | (919) 304-3010 Sparrow & Sons, Inc. 305 W. Weaver St. Carrboro, NC 27510 Jonathan Sparrow | (919) 942-5171 Spectra Engineering and Design, PLLC 104 N. Woodshed Ct. Cary, NC 27513 Ted Ziegler | (919) 413-3627

PMS VERSIONS

Stock Building Supply Poole’s Plumbing, Inc. 3708-101 Conquest Dr. Garner, NC 27529 Robert Poole | (919) 661-6334 Proglass PO Box 430 Zebulon, NC 27597 Charles Kramer | (919) 269-9597 Rainbow Home Interiors 202 N Main St. Fuquay Varina, NC 27526 Gail Taylor | (919) 552-6666 Residential Engineering Services, PA 204 W. Main St. Gibsonville, NC 27249 Brooke Carpenter, CGP (336) 449-0505 Restoration Woodworks PO Box 448 Efland, NC 27243 Rebekah Haun | (919) 732-9612 Restoration Woodworks PO Box 448 Efland, NC 27243 Stephen Stiebel | (919) 732-9612 The Reuse Warehouse 3735 Bentley Dr. Durham, NC 27707 Richard Morgan | (919) 219-4913

3000 Yonkers Rd. Raleigh, NC 27604-3232 Contact: Jim Britt Phone: (919) 838-2612 james.britt@stocksupply.com www.stockbuildingsupply.com

Stock Building Supply is your source for quality materials, services and solutions. We understand how critical it is for you to have the materials and services you need, right when you need them. You can count on Stock Building Supply to help you get the job done right. Stone Systems of Raleigh 3600 Lake Woodard Dr. Raleigh, NC 27604 Eric Kell | (919) 872-2900

Style House Photography 4922 Old Page Rd., #834 Durham, NC 27703 Marilyn Peryer | (919) 622-0946 Superior Windows and More, Inc. DBA Clear Choice USA of the Triangle 2054 Kildaire Farms Rd., Suite 338 Cary, NC 27518 Robert Maceda | (919) 623-8000 Surplus Warehouse 2000 Avondale Dr., Suite A1 Durham, NC 27707 Chris Wolcott | (919) 220-3540 Talbert Building Supply 3101 Hillsborough Rd. Durham, NC 27705 Jan Parker | (919) 286-5561 Talbert Building Supply 3101 Hillsborough Rd. Durham, NC 27705 Scott Talbert | (919) 286-5561 Terry’s Floor Fashions 4628 Atlantic Avenue Raleigh, NC 27604 Lynn Russell | (919) 872-3155 Thomas Swain Electrical 601 Crestview Dr. Durham, NC 27712 Thomas Swain | (919) 477-3864 Tom Bacon Plumbing, Inc. PO Box 40 Hillsborough, NC 27278 Tom Bacon | (919) 732-3030 Traditions In Tile at Brier Creek 9311 Focal Pt. Raleigh, NC 27617 Meaghan Hedrick | (919) 871-0203 Triangle Law Group 3130 Fairhill Dr., Suite 104 Raleigh, NC 27612 Laurie Gengo | (919) 848-1110 VoStone, Inc. dba City Rock 10310 Moncreiffe Rd., Suite 107 Raleigh, NC 27617 Marco Izzi | (919) 782-4237 wasteAWAY, Inc. PO Box 5887 Cary, NC 27512 Michael Gay | (919) 621-9111 Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, Inc. 7721 Six Forks Rd., Suite 116 Raleigh, NC 27615 Brian Winter | (919) 676-9500 Wilkinson Supply Co. 3300 Bush St Raleigh, NC 27609 Bob Van Sant | (919) 369-6223 Window Works Co. 8111 Tryon Woods Dr. Cary, NC 27518 Justin Reif | (919) 854-6121 Wood Re New of the Triangle 1027 Umstead Hollow Pl. Cary, NC 27513 Christopher Miller | (919) 850-3434

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