One wonderful thing about being a construction professional is meeting the challenges and obstacles presented by customers and remodeling in general. The time comes when we need to put down our hammers and check out new products and learn new construction methods and techniques that could benefit both our customers and ourselves.
It is your responsibility to keep abreast of changes within this business so you'll want to read trade publications and books, attend seminars and trade shows, and join professional organizations. What you know could determine whether or not you get a job you bid on. Don't wait for a customer to come to you with an issue about which you know nothing!
One area of a home that's a concern to any individual in a wheelchair or walker is their bathroom. Accessible Bathrooms lays out the ground rules to a barrier-free design. Learn the ins and outs of an accessible bathroom by reading this valuable informative by Leon A. Frechette. Easy to understand, this article delivers a wealth of clear and concise information. Topics covered include the following:
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