Qualified Remodeler Magazine

JUL 2019

Qualified Remodeler helps independent remodeling firms to survive, become more professional and more profitable by providing must-have business information, namely best business practices, new product information and timely design ideas.

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THE owner of two units in a modern, mid- ĩĤĬģĝĞĜĝÇħĞĨĚĬĖģĩĚęĩĤħĚĘĤģŽĜĪħĚ the layouts and combine them into one exquisite apartment. New mechanical, plumbing and elec- trical systems would need to be installed, along ĬĞĩĝĩĤĥÇĤěÇĩĝĚÇġĞģĚŽĭĩĪħĚĨŽģĞĨĝĚĨĖģęĖĥĥġĞ- ances. Custom built-in millwork with quarter- ĞģĘĝŽġġĚħĨÊģĤĨĘħĞėĚĨËĢĤħĚĤīĚħĬĤĪġęĝĖīĚĩĤ start fabrication before the walls were in place because of a tight schedule. Rothlisberger, a renowned millworker based in ĎĬĞĩįĚħġĖģęĚģęĤħĨĚęčĪĨĠčĚģĤīĖĩĞĤģĨĖĨĤģĚĤě the few companies in New York who could think through an unbuilt project and construct walls within the required 8-inch tolerance, notes John čĪĨĠĥħĚĨĞęĚģĩĤěčĪĨĠčĚģĤīĖĩĞĤģĨĬĝĞĘĝĨĚħīĚĨ clients in Manhattan. In the Middle of Manhattan Rusk Renovations unites two high-rise apartments to produce an extraordinary New York City master bathroom experience. by Kyle Clapham Photos: Paul Rivera Architectural Photography DESIGN SOLUTIONS 24 July 2019 QualifiedRemodeler.com

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