Houston's nationally recognized Michael Strong
and Bob Birner
bring important home-building and remodeling ideas to you every Saturday 9-11 a.m.
Michael is president of the award-winning design-build remodeling firm Brothers Strong, Inc. As the 2001 and 2003 Texas Remodeler of the Year with 20+ years remodeling homes in the Houston and Austin areas, Michael's vast knowledge of how to build and complete a successful remodeling project from design to construction, on schedule and within budget, is second to none. Michael has been featured dozens of times in national consumer and trade newspapers and magazines and was recognized in 2004 as the first-ever Certified Graduate Remodeler of the Year by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)!
Bob Birner is vice president and general manager of Renewal by Andersen Window and Patio Door replacement of Houston. He is a past president of the RemodelorsTM
Council of The Greater Houston Builders Association, has appeared on the TV show "Your House and Home," been featured in several trade publications, and has several years experience in home-improvement radio. He was named the 2008 Certified Graduate Remodeler of the Year by the NAHB.
Both Michael and Bob have earned the industry's most prestigious designations as Certified Graduate RemodelorsTM
(CGR), Certified Green Professionals (CGP), and Certified Aging-in-Place Specialists (CAPS) from the NAHB. Their vast experience and knowledge help you navigate the challenges of home ownership, from new construction and remodeling to repairs, renovation, and replacement.
Always quick to add humor to the equation, Michael and Bob allow you to have fun while planning and discussing your projects. Topics of discussion include the latest and greatest building materials, design techniques, construction methods, and even guest appearances from industry experts. You get inside information on Houston's best contractors, and what products will work best for your home's needs. Michael and Bob help you enjoy your project and help you plan accordingly so that you don't become an unhappy statistic.