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IBSx Brings Together Top Companies in the Industry

Filed in IBS by on January 14, 2021 0 Comments
IBSx Brings Together Top Companies in the Industry

IBSx attendees will have the opportunity to visit with 300 exhibitors, including a seamless integration with the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show® (KBIS) virtual exhibits.

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How to Get Quick, Simple Design Tips Each Month

Filed in Design, Education by on January 13, 2021 1 Comment
How to Get Quick, Simple Design Tips Each Month

Design Bites are new monthly, bite-sized presentations that pack a punch in content, without bogging down your calendar. In 15 minutes — the time it takes to enjoy your morning coffee — speakers share design ideas, how-tos, trends and more.

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How 3D-Printed Structures Could Disrupt Housing

How 3D-Printed Structures Could Disrupt Housing

Although 3D-printed housing is in its infancy stage, there are several ways this form of building automation could address growing areas of concern surrounding housing affordability, especially in the wake of COVID-19.

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IBSx Early-Bird Discounts Ending Friday

Filed in IBS by on January 5, 2021 0 Comments
IBSx Early-Bird Discounts Ending Friday

Early-bird registration for the IBSx Virtual Experience, Feb. 9-12, 2021, ends this Friday. Make sure you grab a seat at this all-virtual event by purchasing an All Access Pass.

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Top 3 Home Qualities Customers Want for Better Living at Home

Filed in Sustainability and Green Building by on January 4, 2021 1 Comment
Top 3 Home Qualities Customers Want for Better Living at Home

Customers will likely focus on comfort, wellness and efficiency — high-performance trends already on the rise prior to the pandemic, according to the 2020 Green SmartMarket Brief and the 2019 What Home Buyers Really Want survey.

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Solar Panel Recycling: What’s the Plan?

Filed in Sustainability and Green Building by on December 29, 2020 3 Comments
Solar Panel Recycling: What’s the Plan?

Decreasing costs for solar photovoltaics (PV), along with efforts to minimize non-hardware costs, help explain the increased solar capacity coming online to the electric grid. But as solar continues to grow, in addition to the existing solar PV capacity in the United States, those panels will eventually reach the end of their useful life. What will happen then?

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Show Village at IBSx to Highlight Three Innovative Homes

Filed in IBS, Sustainability and Green Building by on December 23, 2020 1 Comment
Show Village at IBSx to Highlight Three Innovative Homes

Looking for innovative ideas for your next project? Join the IBSx Virtual Experience for an opportunity to tour Professional Builder’s Show Village 2021.

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2021 Best of IBSx Awards Now Open

Filed in Awards, IBS by on December 23, 2020 0 Comments
2021 Best of IBSx Awards Now Open

Applications for NAHB’s Best of IBSx Awards — showcasing top products from IBSx exhibitors — are now open.

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Top Color Trends for 2021

Filed in Design, Education by on December 21, 2020 0 Comments
Top Color Trends for 2021

In looking ahead toward 2021, color can play an important role in helping to create a rejuvenating environment that improves our mood and outlook.

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High-Performance Builder Shares Benefits of Continuing Education

Filed in Education, IBS, Sustainability and Green Building by on December 21, 2020 0 Comments
High-Performance Builder Shares Benefits of Continuing Education

Knowledge is a key pillar of NAHB membership to provide the tools needed to stay competitive in the home building industry. Opportunities include industry events, such as the IBSx Virtual Experience, as well as dedicated online courses and designations, which is how Todd Usher — founder and president of Addison Homes in Greenville, S.C. — was introduced to NAHB’s continuing education options.

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