In This Issue
Strategic planning, crafting a well-thought-out organizational chart, and mapping the flow of projects improves the odds of success, says home storage industry consultant Patrick Layne.
By Patrick Layne
The Association of Closet & Storage Professionals launches its new certification program - Certified Installer - while increasing the levels of onsite certification offered during the 2019 Cabinets & Closets Conference & Expo, March 6-8 at the Charlotte Convention Center.
By Bill Esler
This month the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a series of proposed technical amendments to the TSCA Title VI Formaldehyde Emissions Standards for Composite Wood Products rule. These proposed amendments, when finalized, will ensure greater alignment with the existing California Air Resources Board formaldehyde regulation’s (CARB 2) certification and testing procedures and, in some instances, provide greater clarity on the application of requirements. This is good news for composite wood panel manufacturers and companies that use the panels to make components and finished goo
By Jackson Morrill, CPA president
The home and building products industry is filled with innovative products and brands aimed at everyone from middle-class consumers in suburbia, to the influential and powerful movers and shakers of the architecture and design world. Some of these brands and products are about as niche as niche gets. And on top of that, marketers are tasked with executing social media strategies for companies and organizations that have extremely narrow and hard-to-reach audiences.
By Amanda Eden, Stoner Bunting Advertising
This modern garage design matches the aesthetics of the home's interior offering thoughtful storage options and a kitchen area that can double as a caterer’s overflow for large parties.