Common DIY Remodeling Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Are you considering attempting a “do it yourself” project for your home? Professionals are in high demand for these types of projects because often times homeowners get in over their head, or forget important steps before or during DIY remodeling projects. Looking to update your bathroom or kitchen, or maybe knock walls down to create more space but don’t know where to start? We asked experts from New York to California to name the most common mistakes homeowners make when attempting DIY projects, and how to avoid them.

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Who is KCMA?

Founded in 1955, KCMA is the largest non-profit trade association for kitchen and bath cabinet manufacturers in the U.S. Our membership is more than 300 strong throughout North America and represents 80% of the cabinet manufacturing industry (by volume). KCMA was founded to represent companies who manufacture kitchen cabinets, bath cabinets or other residential cabinets and key kitchen and bath industry suppliers.


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2020 Design Launches its Latest Version – 2020 Design v12

2020 Design is a kitchen and bathroom design software for professional designers in North America. It’s equipped with built-in manufacturer catalogs, lighting options, decor items, and advanced rendering capabilities, making it an indispensable tool in the remodeling industry.

Its latest update, 2020 Design v12, is packed with brand new features and functionality that will make the design process even more efficient and faster. Read on to find out what’s new in the most recent release of the software.
 

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Judy Mozen, MCR, Receives Prestigious Award

Congratulations to Judy Mozen, MCR,  recipient of the Women in Residential Construction "Woman of the Year Award" presented during this year's conference in Scottsdale, Arizona.

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Department of Labor Issues New Overtime Rules

The Department of Labor (DOL) issued its highly anticipated final rule, modifying the exemptions to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) overtime rules for certain white collar employees (executive, administrative, professional, and computing positions) and highly compensated employees.
 

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