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Do-It-Yourself or Not? S

hould you save money by doing the job yourself? Do-it-yourself (DIY) jobs are a popular trend in home improvement; however, before you grab a hammer and start swinging, you should know that this trend is not without a few potential problems. Before you decide to DIY, the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) recommends taking this DIY quiz. YES OR NO: 1. Do you enjoy physical work? 2. Are you persistent and patient? 3. Do you have reliable work habits? Meaning that once the project is started, will it get finished? 4. Do you have all the tools needed and, more importantly, the skills required to do the job? 5. Are your skills at the level necessary to achieve the desired result? 6.

Do you have the time that will be required to complete the project? Always double or triple the time estimated for a DIY project unless you are highly skilled and familiar with that particular project.

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Will it matter if the project remains unfinished for a period of time?

8. Are you prepared to handle the kind of stress this project will create in your family relationships? 9. Do you know all of the steps involved in the project? 10. Have you gotten the installation instructions from the manufacturer to determine whether this is a project you still want to undertake? Most manufacturers will send you installation instructions and technical specifications before purchase to determine whether the product will meet your needs. 11.

Is this a job you can do completely by yourself or will you need assistance? If you do need assistance, what skill level is involved for your assistant? If you need a professional subcontractor, do you have access to a skilled labor pool?

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Are you familiar with your local building codes and permit requirements? Some jurisdictions require that the work be completed by a licensed and bonded professional in order to meet code. It’s best to check these requirements before beginning work on the project.

13. Do you have a “Plan B” if the project goes awry? Most contractors are wary about taking on a botched DIY job, and some just won’t take them. 14.

Is it safe for you to do this project? If you are not familiar with roofing or do not have fall protection restraints, you may not want to venture into a roofing job. Similarly, if you know little or nothing about electricity, leave it to a professional. Some jobs can be fatal if not performed correctly. Your health and safety should be the primary concern. Never enter into a DIY project that would jeopardize either.

15. Will you be able to obtain the materials you need? Who will be your source of supply? Will they deliver, or do you have to pick them up? 16.

Are you attempting to do it yourself for financial reasons? If so, have you looked at all of your costs, including the cost of materials, your time and the tools you need to purchase? If you are new to the DIY game, you may also want to look at the cost to correct any mistakes you may make, i.e., the damage factor. Will it still be a cost-saving venture?

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If you are trying DIY for the satisfaction of a job well done, can you ensure that the job will be “well done”? If it doesn’t come out right, how will you feel? Will you be able to afford to redo any unsatisfactory work?

If you answered “Yes” to eight or more of these questions, you might attempt a DIY project. But before you run for the nearest home improvement store, revisit those questions you marked “No” and carefully consider the potential problems you will face in those areas if you proceed with the project. Hiring a professional might still be your best choice. NARI suggests that you be prepared and take your time in selecting a home improvement partner and reminds consumers that such a project can be one of the most important investments that a homeowner can make.

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Let’s Be Clear….

MYTHS AND MISCONCEPTIONS

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o you find shopping for cabinets and wood products confusing? Does your head spin after a visit to your local kitchen and bath showroom? Here are some terms that are commonly used, sometimes incorrectly. Understanding some of these simple facts will help cut through the fog of marketing hype and poorly informed sales pitches. WOOD IS GOOD Wood is one of the most readily renewable building products available and comes in many forms, from boards to sheets. Here are a few facts to help you demystify what goes into a wood product: “Formaldehyde-free” wood It is not uncommon to hear a statement like this: “We only use formaldehyde-free wood in our products.” However, that’s not exactly accurate: •

There is no such thing as a “formaldehyde free” wood product. Formaldehyde is present in all natural wood as a byproduct of wood’s metabolic processes. In fact, the human body even emits small amounts of formaldehyde!

“No added formaldehyde” is a more accurate phrase and generally refers to the absence of urea formaldehyde in the glues that help panel products stick together. You will sometimes see this referred to as “NAF” (no added formaldehyde) or “NAUF” (no added urea formaldehyde).

“All wood” vs. “Solid wood” There is a subtle but important distinction between these two terms, often misused: • “All wood” is a generic term that can include natural solid wood as well as engineered panels such as plywood and particle board. • “Solid wood” should refer only to natural solid wood. Particle board, MDF, and plywood These products are the backbone of all cabinetry and casework manufactured today. Here are a couple of simple facts: •

All of these are engineered “all wood” (you have been paying attention, haven’t you?) materials that use a variety of wood compositions with adhesives and resins as binders. These come in sheet form of varying thicknesses. Plywood and particle board are common engineered wood products.

• The presence of these materials in a cabinet or furniture piece does not necessarily indicate an inferior product – most modern cabinetry uses them in one form or another.

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• Look for products utilizing NAF/NAUF panels that comply with the California Air Resources Board’s Phase II restrictions regarding formaldehyde emissions. LET’S TALK AIR QUALITY VOC – what’s that all about? • VOC, or “volatile organic compounds” refers to organic chemical compounds that may vaporize and enter the atmosphere. This is a term that typically relates to paints, adhesives and coatings of one type or another. VOCs are commonly measured in grams per liter of volume. The amount of allowable VOCs in a given material is regulated by the State. California has one of the strictest VOC regulations in the nation. If you have been shopping for cabinets, the next two statements may sound familiar: • “California can’t use the finishes we use”. This is a selling strategy used by many companies that bring products in from out of state, implying that what is made in California is somehow deficient. • These companies are actually boasting that their products are less environmentally friendly than those produced here. That’s an interesting selling point! In fact, finishes formulated for California’s strict air quality standards are tested using the same performance standards as products from any other part of the country. • “Our finishes are oven baked” • Most parts of our country are not blessed with the climate we have here in California. When their weather turns cold, heat is introduced into the finishing process to accelerate drying times. This speeds throughout and improves the manufacturers’ bottom line, not their product. CARB AND YOU • No, it’s not the latest diet fad – at least not in this case. CARB refers to the California Air Resources Board, a branch of the California Environmental Protection Agency. •

All products and finished goods sold in the state of California must comply with the CARB Phase 2 (usually referred to as simply CARB-2) regulations regarding formaldehyde emissions. These are the most stringent regulations in the nation and among the toughest emissions regulations in the world.

IT DOESN’T GET MUCH GREENER THAN THIS There are a number of products, some new, some not, that are on the environmental cutting edge:

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NARI • NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF THE REMODELING INDUSTRY • NARI • Lyptus • A hybrid of two Eucalyptus species, Lyptus is grown on plantations located in South America. It is a very hard wood with distinctive straight grain resembling African mahogany. It stains and finishes beautifully. Lyptus has a relatively short time-to-harvest, making it a promising sustainable wood. • Bamboo • Bamboo has grown in popularity for everything from cooking utensils to flooring and cabinets. Bamboo is actually a grass and one of the fastest growing plants in the world, adding to its status as a highly sustainable material. • “Plastic” laminate • High-pressure laminate (HPL) is a more accurate description. HPLs are made of many layers of paper bonded with melamine resins under heat and pressure. Many HPLs are GreenGuard© certified for low environmental emissions. It is a relatively inexpensive surfacing material and easy to replace as budget or design allows. HPLs are available in a staggering variety of colors and textures. An important factor when “going green” is the proximity of a product to your location. Closer is better, since shipping products and materials over long distances increases the carbon footprint. Suppliers shipping long distances alleviate this issue somewhat by utilizing more efficient high-volume shipping methods. When possible, working with a local manufacturer is a greener option. — Dennis Everett of The Wood Connection, a custom residential cabinet business located in San Jose, California.

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DON’T GET CAUGHT SHORT Important Things You Need to Know About Insurance and Your Home Improvement Project

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ou have been dreaming about it, and now you’re ready to start that home improvement project. You are on the hunt for a licensed contractor and have selected a few that you are preparing to interview. Your questions are ready: References? Years in business? Insurance? Wait – you don’t have any questions about insurance! Your project is a complex process that can involve many individuals and companies, most of whom will actually be working in or around your home. In preparing for your project, don’t overlook the importance of having appropriate levels of insurance protection. The following tips and guidelines will help you ask the right insurance questions. Proof of Insurance – Don’t Be Afraid To Ask Ask the prospective contractor to provide certificates of insurance. This is simply smart business, so the contractor should not be offended when you make such a request. Having the certificate mailed or emailed directly from the contractor’s insurance agency is the best way to be sure that the insurance certificate is valid and the coverage listed is in force. If the contractor prospect can’t provide you with this information or seems unwilling to do so, move on to the next one. Worker’s Compensation As the property owner, you are financially responsible if a worker is injured on your project and his employer does not have worker’s compensation coverage. Be sure that any contractor you hire has worker’s compensation insurance if he has employees. If the general contractor has coverage, his insurance will also protect subcontractors’ employees. The safest policy is to ask the general contractorto furnish proof that his subcontractors have worker’s compensation. This information should be made readily available to you. General Liability Ask about the general liability limits the contractor has. You should require that the limits be a minimum $1,000,000/$2,000,000 with at least a $1,000,000 umbrella or an excess liability policy. Ask the contractor if he has any claims pending or situations that might develop into claims. Policies today are written with a “per occurrence” limit and a policy year limit. If there are other claims pending or likely to develop you might not have the protection you expect.

Also ask if the contractor’s liability policy covers “broad form” property damage. The standard liability policy excludes property in the care, custody and control of an insured. The contractor has custody and control of any part of your home he is working on, so any damage that occurs may not be covered. “Broad form” coverage takes care of this for you. Following these guidelines can help ensure a little peace of mind during your project.

— Dean Fletcher, CIC, CRM, Mission Counties Insurance Agency, Inc., San Jose. Dean has been in the insurance industry since 1969 and founded Mission Counties Insurance in 1977.

Let us help you grow your business Get quality measured results that create steady business. Give us a call today 408.243.0050

Ideally, you want the liability policy to be an “occurrence form”, not a “claims made” form. The occurrence form gives you the best chance of recouping a future loss.

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Index of NARI Remodeling Professionals by Category Air Conditioning & Heating (HVAC) Pelle Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc.

Viola Design, Inc. Woodard and Associates, Inc.

Appliances and/or Appliance Repair Monark Premium Appliance Company Sub-Zero Group, Inc. University Electric Home Appliance Center

Doors and/or Windows J & M Windows & Glass, Inc.

Architects M. Design Architects Studio Linder Architects Awnings & Window Coverings European Rolling Shutters Building Materials Pine Cone Lumber Company, Inc. The Home Depot Cabinets and/or Closets American Kitchen & Bath, Inc. Eurowood Custom Cabinetry, Inc. Gilmans Kitchens & Baths Kitchens by Meyer, Inc. Segale Bros. Wood Products, Inc. Signature Kitchen & Bath Design, Inc. The Wood Connection Woodenbridge Handcrafted Cabinetry & Granite Concrete Van Kol Concrete Construction Countertops Cosentino North America Willis Deconstruction & Demolition Marcan Enterprise, Inc. Designers Design Compass JL Designs & Interiors, LLC LKN Designs Lucile Glessner Design MAC Design San Interior Design Studio K Kitchens & Design

Decorative Plumbing Kohler Co./Zurier The Showroom at Rubenstein Drywall Brian Thompson Drywall Electricians Clausen Electric, Inc. VB Electric Flooring Slaughterbeck Floors Framing S. R. Freeman, Inc., Builder General Contractors Acton Construction, Inc. Ammirato Construction, Inc. Barrios Wagner Builders, Inc California Bathroom & Kitchen Remodelers, Inc. CASE Design/Remodeling Chana Construction Chandler Building & Development D.R. Domenichini Construction DeMattei Construction Dimensional Construction, Inc. Daniel Mackey Construction, Inc Dream Castle Construction EBCON Corporation Fernandez Designs & Builders, Inc. GR8WORK Builders, Inc. Greenberg Development and Construction, Inc. Gridley Construction Company Hammerschmidt Construction, Inc. Hanson Construction Corporation Harrell Remodeling, Inc.

Heartwood Residential Services IKB Design & Construction Interiors For Modern Living, Inc. Irwin Fisher, Inc. JH Construction & Remodeling Lerch Construction Company Lynstar Enterprises, Inc. May Construction, Inc. Michael McKinzie Construction Page & Pio Construction, Inc. RADCON Builders S. E. A. Construction, Inc. Seacliff Construction and Design Sigura Construction, Inc. Starburst Construction, Inc. TBS Construction, Inc. Timeline Design Tracery Professional Builders Valley Home Builders, Inc. Lighting Legrand-Adorne Media/Advertising/Marketing Services Emprove, Inc. TheHomeMag Professional Services Business Pathfinder DCI Mortgage & Investment Mollett & Burian Accountancy Corp. The Contractors Coach Tradesmen International United American Bank Termite Services Franz Termite Control Corp. Tile and/or Stone All Natural Stone Daltile Stone & Slab Center The Tile & Grout King, Inc.

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Member Directory Acton Construction, Inc. Stanley Acton 808 E. McGlincy Ln., Campbell, CA (408) 369-1103 info@actonconstruction.com actonconstruction.com Lic. #638333

American Kitchen & Bath, Inc. Johans Wartenbergh 1758 Junction Ave., Ste. D, San Jose, CA (408) 436-8151 info@americankitchenandbath.com americankitchenandbath.com Lic. #513838

Barrios Wagner Builders, Inc. Humberto Barrios 534 Horning St., San Jose, CA (408) 287-4886 office@bnwbuild.com bnwbuild.com Lic. #1005702

All Natural Stone Larry Perez 2504 Seaboard Ave., San Jose, CA (408) 544-9600 larry@allnaturalstone.com allnaturalstoneinc.com

Ammirato Construction, Inc. John Ammirato 125 E Sunnyoaks Ave., Ste. 104, Sunnyvale, CA (408) 249-3869 john@ammiratoconstruction.com ammiratoconstruction.com Lic. #854304

Brian Thompson Drywall Brian Thompson 1643 Almond Blossom Ln., San Jose, CA (408) 265-9737 drywallbt@yahoo.com Lic. #742250

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Business Pathfinder Eamon Rooney 11001 Beechwood Ln., Los Altos, CA (408) 240-0244 eamon@bizpathfinder.com California Bathroom & Kitchen Remodelers, Inc. Allyn Johnson 1261 Lincoln Ave., Ste. 112 San Jose, CA (408) 360-9700 ajohnson@cabr.net cabr.net Lic. #698718 CASE Design/Remodeling Jim Kabel 2157 O’Toole Ave., Ste. 70 San Jose, CA (408) 323-5300 office@casesanjose.com casesanjose.com Lic. #850885 Chana Construction Devinder Chana P.O. Box 2134, Union City, CA (510) 487-3254 devinderchana@sbcglobal.net chanaconstruction.com Lic. #554005 Chandler Building & Development Will Chandler 1476 Belleville Way, Sunnyvale, CA (408) 730-5626 will_chandler@comcast.net chandlerbuilding.net Lic. #484944 Clausen Electric, Inc. Mark C. Clausen 19970 McKean Rd., San Jose, CA (408) 927-7332 office@clausenelectric.com clausenelectricinc.com Lic. #799012 Cosentino North America Federico Soria 322 E Grand Ave. South San Francisco, CA (650) 872-2132 fsoria@cosentino.com cosentino.com/usa/ D.R. Domenichini Construction Dave Domenichini P.O. Box 1430, San Martin, CA (408) 691-3283 dave@drdcon.com drdcon.com Lic. #838530

Daltile Stone & Slab Center Andrea Aal 200 E Trimble Rd., Ste. 50 San Jose, CA (323) 497-1936 andrea.aal@daltile.com daltilestonecenter.com Daniel Mackey Construction, Inc. Dan Mackey 2593 Hebron Ave., San Jose, CA (408) 274-6060 info@danielmackeyconstruction.com danielmackeyconstruction.com Lic. #514093 DCI Mortgage & Investment John Knowles 4100 Moorpark Ave., Ste. 216 San Jose, CA (408) 657-3780 jk@dcimortgageandinvestment.com dcimortgage.com DeMattei Construction Mark DeMattei 1984 The Alamdea., San Jose, CA (408) 350-4200 markd@demattei.com demattei.com Lic. #478455 Design Compass Jamie Price 12397 Brookglen Dr., Saratoga, CA (650) 269-8630 jamie@designcompass.net yourdesigncompass.com Dimensional Construction, Inc. John Merwin P.O. Box 620491, Woodside, CA (650) 261-1917 john@dimensional-construction.com dimensional-construction.com Lic. #542764 Dream Castle Construction Edward Vitenberg 630 Alvarado St., San Francisco, CA (408) 898-0113 ed@dreamcastleconstruction.com dreamcastleconstruction.com Lic. #927144 EBCON Corporation ErikBergstrom 506 Second Ave., Redwood City, CA (650) 773-1272 ebcon.corp@gmail.com ebconcorp.com Lic. #819931

Emprove, Inc. Domini Noel 10150 Covington Cross Dr., Las Vegas, NV (702) 844-5002 domini@emproveit.com emproveit.com European Rolling Shutters Paul J. Connor 404 Umbarger Rd., Ste. A & B, San Jose, CA (408) 629-3740 paul@ersshading.com ersshading.com Lic. #522164 Eurowood Custom Cabinetry, Inc. Ken Clarke 1111 Auzerais Ave., San Jose, CA (408) 293-9444 eurowoodken@gmail.com eurowoodcabinetry.com Lic. #835230 Fernandez Designs & Builders, Inc. Doug Fernandez 2188 Ringwood Ave., San Jose, CA (408) 432-1402 doug@fernandez-designs.com fernandez-designs.com Lic. #482703 Franz Termite Control Corp. Michael Judas 4041 Transport St., Palo Alto, CA (650) 493-0445 mjudas@franztermite.com franztermite.com Lic. #629345 & PC#938 Gilmans Kitchens & Baths Larry Lowenthal 2039 W El Camino Real Mountain View, CA (650) 397-2460 Janis@gilmanKB.com GilmansKB.com Lic. #817244 GR8WORK Builders, Inc. Bob Rosenberg 745 Warrington Ave. Redwood City, CA (650) 369-WORK info@gr8work.com gr8work.com Lic. #427994 Greenberg Development and Construction, Inc. Maor Greenberg 904 Industrial Ave., Palo Alto, CA (650) 600-9536 office@g-reenberg.com g-reenberg.com Lic. #996834B

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NARI • NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF THE REMODELING INDUSTRY • NARI Gridley Construction Company Linda Gridley 122 Orchard City Dr., Campbell, CA (408) 374-0900 lindag@gridleycompany.com gridleycompany.com Lic. #575006

J & M Windows & Glass, Inc. Mark Young 745 E McGlincy Ln., Campbell, CA (408) 371-7255 mark.young@jandmglass.com jandmglass.com Lic. #779893

Lucile Glessner Design Lucile Glessner 20465 Saratoga-Los Gatos Rd. Saratoga, CA (408) 203-6729 lucile@lucileglessnerdesign.com lucileglessnerdesign.com

Hammerschmidt Construction, Inc. John Hammerschmidt 1574 Country Club Dr., Los Altos, CA (650) 948-4200 john@hammerschmidtinc.com hammerschmidtinc.com Lic. #716400

JH Construction & Remodeling Jim Humphrey 1190 Mountain View Alviso Rd., Ste. R Sunnyvale, CA (408) 379-6285 jkhcr@comcast.net jh-cr.com Lic. #621309

Lynstar Enterprises, Inc. Jack Cannon 418 S 15th St., San Jose, CA (408) 280-1848 jcannon@lynstar.net lynstar.net Lic. #563773

Hanson Construction Corporation Brad Hanson 1539 El Oso Dr., San Jose, CA (408) 517-0300 brad.hanson@hcc.us hanson-construction.us Lic. #517691 Harrell Remodeling, Inc. Kai Jensen 944 Industrial Ave., Palo Alto, CA (650) 230-2900 info@harrell-remodeling.com harrell-remodeling.com Lic. #479799 Heartwood Residential Design + Build Nicholas Yegge P.O. Box 2304, Los Gatos, CA (408) 353-2019 nick@heartwoodresidential.com heartwoodresidential.com Lic. #978540 IKB Design & Construction IlonaLindauer 346 Main St., Los Altos, CA (650) 941-4384 info@ikbinc.com ikbinc.com Lic. #667735 Interiors For Modern Living, Inc. Michael Palen 210 High St., Palo Alto, CA (650) 722-9884 michael@interiorsformodernliving.com interiorsformodernliving.com Lic. #901233 Irwin Fisher, Inc. Terence Irwin 1209 Eaton Ave., Ste. 2, San Carlos, CA (650) 591-7276 terryirwin@irwinfisher.com irwinfisher.com Lic. #401739

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JL Designs & Interiors, LLC Jeanette Loretz 1335 Grant Rd., Los Altos, CA (650) 533-3449 jeanette@JLDesignsandInteriors.com JLDesignsandInteriors.com Kitchens and Baths by Meyer, Inc. Raymond Meyer 861 E El Camino Real Mountain View, CA (650) 968-7866 ray3@kitchensbymeyer.com kitchensbymeyer.com Lic. #323091 Kohler Co. Landon Polterock 3142 Tuscolana Way, Campbell, CA (559) 349-8294 landonp@zurier.com zurier.com Legrand-Adorne Heather Johnstone 46 Pleasant St., Los Gatos, CA (408) 497-5695 heather.johnstone@legrand.us legrand.us Lerch Construction Company John Lerch 923 Industrial Ave., Palo Alto, CA (650) 843-1144 cathi@lerchconstruction.com lerchconstruction.com Lic. #750953 LKN Designs Laurie Klatt Nelson 2460 N Foothill Blvd., Los Altos, CA (650) 793-2973 lklattnelson@gmail.com

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M. Designs Architects Karen Ali 4546 El Camino Real, Ste. 223 Los Altos, CA (949) 565-9036 accounts@mdesignsarchitects.com mdesignsarchitects.com Lic #C-11784 MAC Design Mollyanne Sherman 48860 Milmont Dr., Ste. 101C Fremont, CA (510) 400-4133 info@macdesignstudio.com macdesign.us Marcan Enterprise, Inc. Dave Marcan P.O. Box 5792, Redwood City, CA (650) 366-3066 dave@marcanenterprise.com marcanenterprise.com Lic. #827324 May Construction, Inc. Greg May 115 Phelan Ave., Ste. 3, San Jose, CA (408) 294-6763 debbie@mayconstructioninc.com mayconstructioninc.com Lic. #524952 Michael McKinzie Construction Michael McKinzie 365 Woodview Ave., Ste. 800 Morgan Hill, CA (408) 510-4797 mike@mckinzieconst.com Lic. #729119 Mollett & Burian Accountancy Corp. Chuck Mollett 1101 S Winchester Blvd., Ste. O-276 San Jose, CA (408) 553-0204 chuck@mollettburian.com chuckmollettcpa.com Lic. #CPA 22400E


Monark Premium Appliance Company Ken Simons 52 N. Winchester Blvd. Santa Clara, CA (408) 907-3800 ken.simons@monarkhome.com monarkhome.com Page & Pio Construction, Inc. Brent Page 716 San Antonio Rd., Ste. E Palo Alto, CA (650) 493-1881 brent@pageandpio.com pageandpio.com Lic. #795616 Pelle Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. Steve Pelle 3751 Charter Park Ct., Ste. D San Jose, CA (408) 800-2791 info@pelleheatandairconditioning.com pelleheatandairconditioning.com Lic. #809887 Pine Cone Lumber Co., Inc. Brian Cilker 895 E. Evelyn Ave., Sunnyvale, CA (408) 736-5491 pinecone@pineconelumber.com pineconelumber.com RADCON Builders John Rovedo 21498 Almaden Rd., San Jose, CA (408) 268-6547 johnrovedo@radconbuilders.com radconbuilders.com Lic. #654789 S. E. A. Construction, Inc. Steven Evans Albert 1009 S Railroad Ave., San Mateo, CA (650) 287-4202 steve@seaconstruction.com seaconstruction.com Lic. #563320 S. R. Freeman, Inc., Builder Shone Freeman 2380 S Bascom Ave., Ste. 200, Campbell, CA (408) 364-2200 shone@srfreemaninc.com srfreemaninc.com Lic. #644939 San Interior Design Sanchali Srivastava 6937 Azalea Dr., San Jose, CA (408) 705-0448 sanchali@saninteriordesign.com saninteriordesign.com

Seacliff Construction and Design Yvonne Smith P.O. Box 1793, Aptos, CA (831) 761-0456 office@seacliffconst.com seacliffconst.com Lic. #819457 Segale Bros. Wood Products, Inc. Donald Segale 1705 Sabre St., Hayward, CA (510) 300-1170 don@segalebros.com segalebros.com Lic. #792363 Signature Kitchen & Bath Design, Inc. Curt Hayos 1471 S De Anza Blvd., Cupertino, CA (408) 252-8011 curt@sigkb.com sigkb.com Sigura Construction, Inc. Ilan Sigura 1300 Memorex Dr., Santa Clara, CA (408) 492-1379 info@siguraconstruction.com siguraconstruction.com Lic. #865155 Slaughterbeck Floors Joan Slaughterbeck 730 Camden Ave., Campbell, CA (408) 379-5813 joan@slaughterbeckfloors.com slaughterbeckfloors.com Lic. #298783 Starburst Construction, Inc. Philip Carey 1207 Redcliff Dr., San Jose, CA (408) 448-1328 phil@starburstconstruction.com starburstconstruction.com Lic. #580070 Studio K Kitchens and Design Kristen Totah 7960 B Soquel Dr. #369, Aptos, CA (831) 763-7732 kristen@studiokkitchens.com studioKkitchens.com Studio Linder Architects Linder Jones 15310 Willow Dr., Los Gatos, CA (408) 891-0716 linder@studiolinder.com studiolinder.com Lic. #C-31124

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NARI • NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF THE REMODELING INDUSTRY • NARI Sub-Zero Group, Inc. Carrie Perkins 4717 Hammersley Rd., Madison, WI (608) 335-8962 carrie.perkins@subzero.com subzero-wolf.com TBS Construction Inc./ TBS Design Gallery Mamuka Grigolia 3283 De La Cruz Blvd., Ste. A & C Santa Clara, CA (408) 824-8888 info@tbsconstructions.com tbsconstructions.com Lic. #903870 The Contractors Coach Tom Pearson 1243 Alpine Rd., Ste. 220 Walnut Creek, CA (925) 977-9650 tom@thecontractorscoach.com thecontractorscoach.com The Home Depot Jason Peterson 6375 Clark Ave., 2nd Floor (D/O 1160) Dublin, CA (916) 917-0208 Jason_Peterson1@homedepot.com homedepot.com The Showroom at Rubenstein Heath Vaught 1939 Monterey Rd., Ste. 14 San Jose, CA (408) 200-4868 hvaught@rubensteinsupply.com rubensteinsupply.com The Tile & Grout King,Inc. Hany Louis 1902 Lafayette St., Unit C Santa Clara, CA (408) 930-TILE hany@tileandgroutking.com tileandgroutking.com Lic. #895985 The Wood Connection Bobbie Everett 431 Perrymont Ave., San Jose, CA (408) 971-2710 bobbie@twcsj.com thewoodconnection-sj.com TheHomeMag David Pritchett 9020 Brentwood Blvd., Ste. A Brentwood, CA (925) 418-4221 davidpritchett@thehomemag.com thehomemag.com

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NARI • NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF THE REMODELING INDUSTRY • NARI Timeline Design Matthew Harrigan 14401 Big Basin Way, Saratoga, CA (408) 741-3000 mharrigan@tldesign.net tldesign.net Lic. #598967

Valley Home Builders, Inc. Mehdi Vatani 3466 Edward Ave., Santa Clara, CA (408) 248-8000 mvatani@valleyhomebuilders.com valleyhomebuilders.com Lic. #889458

Willis Supply Corp Cliff Coffey 1905 N MacArthur Dr., Ste. 300 Tracy, CA (888) 994-5547 cliffc@4willis.com 4willis.com

Tracery Professional Builders Mark Macdonald 251 E Hacienda Ave., Ste. C Campbell, CA (408) 643-0018 accounting@tracerybuilders.com tracerybuilders.com Lic. #777347

Van Kol Concrete Construction Tom Van Kol 19950 Wright Dr., Los Gatos, CA (408) 442-2418 vankolthomas@gmail.com Lic. #717837

Woodard and Associates, Inc. Carol Woodard 21025 Bank Mill Rd., Saratoga, CA (408) 867-5085 carol@woodardandassociates.com woodardandassociates.com Lic. #CID 0242

Tradesmen International Chris Harris 1340 Tully Rd., San Jose, CA (669) 223-0313 christopher.harris@tradesmeninternational.com tradesmeninternational.com University Electric Home Appliance Center Jim Heintz 1500 Martin Ave., Santa Clara, CA (408) 496-0500 jim@universityelectric.com universityelectric.com Lic. #202093

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VB Electric Vince Badillo 501 Old Country Rd., Ste. K Belmont, CA (650) 771-0363 vince@vbelectric.com vbelectric.com Lic. #857850 Viola Design, Inc. April Viola 22104 Clearwood Ct., Cupertino, CA (408) 314-6379 april@violadesigninc.com violadesigninc.com

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Woodenbridge Handcrafted & Granite David Baeza 483 Reynolds Circle, San Jose, CA (408) 436-9663 david.baeza@woodenbridgeinc.com woodenbridgeinc.com Lic. #820067


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