Taking the Mystery Out of Remodeling – by Reva Kussmaul
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New York Times Article: Calling in the House Therapist

By Kristina Shevory Even though I was interviewed for this article four years ago as of August 2012 it is still as relevant as it was then and, perhaps, even more so. Home and Garden, March 13, 2008 – Posted 7/3/12 Renovating a home can be as fraught as negotiating a difficult marriage. So it is perhaps not surprising that coaches like Reva Kussmaul — many of them former contractors — are proliferating....

Avoid a Remodeling Nightmare – 7 Secrets

Avoid a Remodeling Nightmare & Experience a Remodel-on-Purpose. Remodeling on Purpose:  When the homeowner is open and honest about what they desire as well as being honest about their expectations, they’re entering into the relationship of remodeling in a purposeful manner. These secrets will help you choose the best contractor for your project. The more clarity you have about what your expectations are as a...

Things You Should Know About a Remodeling Coach

Written By Sara Wynturs — Category: Home Improvement Industry Written by our guest author, Reva Kussmaul, Remodeling Coach and CEO of Eye for Detail, Inc. A remodeling coach is a person with experience and extensive knowledge in the home improvement industry and offers customized teaching and mentoring to homeowners and contractors. Remodel coaching is a unique service designed to help bridge the communication gap...