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Halloween-Themed Membership Drive Delivers Sweet Results

Filed in Membership by on October 31, 2019 0 Comments
Halloween-Themed Membership Drive Delivers Sweet Results

The Home Builders and Remodelers Association of the Valley in Youngstown, Ohio decided to go with a Halloween theme to liven up its recent membership drive. What really jumped out for members was the drive’s tagline: “Don’t Be Afraid to Recruit New Members,” which helped motivate members and led to a successful event.

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Advanced Lighting Technology That Goes Next Level

Filed in Housing Trends, Technology by on October 30, 2019 0 Comments
Advanced Lighting Technology That Goes Next Level

Residential lighting is rapidly evolving, not only in its architectural applications, but also for its biological benefits of potentially enhancing one’s sleep, mood and productivity.

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Top Recruiters Can Win a Trip to Napa Valley

Filed in Membership by on October 18, 2019 0 Comments
Top Recruiters Can Win a Trip to Napa Valley

Signature Kitchen Suite will reward nine NAHB Builder members who sign up the most new members during this year’s fall membership drive with an all-inclusive trip to Napa Valley, Calif.

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How to Bring Out the Best in Your Recruiters

Filed in Membership by on October 9, 2019 0 Comments
How to Bring Out the Best in Your Recruiters

Recruiting new members while helping to retain existing members can be challenging. HBA staff simply can’t do it alone, which is why encouraging current members to step up as volunteers is a great way to build engagement and get your HBA’s name out there.

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3 Ways to Increase Home Resilience Against Stormy Weather

Filed in Sponsored Content by on October 4, 2019 0 Comments
3 Ways to Increase Home Resilience Against Stormy Weather

Every year, severe storms endanger countless people and cause hundreds of millions — sometimes billions — of dollars in property damage. Huber Engineered Woods wants to better protect people and reduce the severity of damage by improving the way homes are built.

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Houston Remodeler Enjoys Serving Her Community and Her Clients

Filed in Awards, Remodelers by on September 24, 2019 0 Comments
Houston Remodeler Enjoys Serving Her Community and Her Clients

For her dedication to the remodeling industry and her passion for giving back to her community, Sherry Pruitt, CAPS, CGR, of Whodid It Designs and Remodeling in Houston, has been named NAHB’s September Remodeler of the Month.

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Housing ‘Blitz’ Builds 237 Homes in One Week

Filed in NAHB Cares by on September 23, 2019 1 Comment
Housing ‘Blitz’ Builds 237 Homes in One Week

Habitat for Humanity’s 2019 Home Builders Blitz successfully wrapped earlier this month after completing 237 safe and affordable homes for low-income families.

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Protecting Homes Against Natural Disasters

Filed in Sponsored Content by on September 18, 2019 0 Comments
Protecting Homes Against Natural Disasters

Natural disasters, such as wildfires and hurricanes, can strike at any time and cause significant damage to homes in their path. Proactive preparation can provide peace of mind for both builders and home owners knowing that their valuable assets are protected by building materials that reinforce the durability of their homes.

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Hard Work Pays Off for Kentucky Remodeler

Filed in Awards, Remodelers by on August 27, 2019 0 Comments
Hard Work Pays Off for Kentucky Remodeler

Starting a business in the middle of the Great Recession requires a great deal of determination and hard work, but it’s possible. That was the case for Nick Keitz, CAPS, CGR, a remodeler and owner of Keitz Construction, LLC, in Lexington, Ky. And it’s just one of the reasons why he was named NAHB’s August Remodeler of the Month.

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IBS 2020 Show Home Boasts Serious ‘Curve Appeal’

Filed in Design, International Builders' Show by on August 9, 2019 0 Comments
IBS 2020 Show Home Boasts Serious ‘Curve Appeal’

While The American Home 2019 had a single-sloped roof line and predominantly square-edged designs, the 2020 edition largely consists of radius walls and other rounded design elements. In fact, one of the first things visitors will notice is that the front of the home is built entirely with curved walls.

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