If you’ve been in the housing industry for even a short while, you’ve probably heard of John Burns.
About Professional Builder and Professional Remodeler
For more than 75 years, Professional Builder magazine has remained dedicated to serving the needs of the nation’s home building community — builders, designers and trade partners — with award-winning content and proven, practical solutions.
We are pleased to announce that Professional Builder re-launched in September to more than 112,000 home building professionals — 100% of whom have the authority to buy or specify building materials, products and equipment.
Our management team is headed by Tony Mancini, VP of the Building Group. We have made significant investments in virtually all areas of the business.
Here are a few investments that we’re particularly proud of:
Fresh New Look — Professional Builder will be published in a large-format size (9" x 10.75") and on higher-grade paper, allowing us to showcase more great projects and ideas each month. It also gives PBadvertisers a new exciting platform for their marketing message.
More Pages, More Content — We’re beefing up Professional Builder to include a minimum of 68 pages each month, giving us plenty of space to feature the industry’s best solutions and projects.
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Professional Remodeler provides proven business solutions and award-winning editorial to more than 63,000 remodelers every month.
We relaunched in September, under the ownership of SGC Horizon. Along with that new ownership comes a rededicated focus on investing in quality. Here are just a few of the things you’ll see from Professional Remodeler:
• A better-looking Professional Remodeler, presented in a larger format and printed on higher quality paper
• A commitment to a minimum of 68 pages. That means more pages to deliver the award-winning editorial you’ve come to expect from Professional Remodeler.
• A completely redesigned HousingZone.com that’s easier to use, but still retains more than a decade’s worth of editorial archives for Professional Remodeler, Professional Builder and Custom Builder.