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Survey: Remodelers expect a good year

Remodeling business is expected to grow in 2016, according to results of the fourth-quarter member survey by the National Association of the Remodeling Industry.

Eighty percent of the surveyed remodelers expect some level of growth in 2016, beginning in the first quarter.

Their optimism is based on seeing postponed projects back on the schedule, an improving economy and rising home prices, according to the NARI.

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