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Is Fluid-Applied Flashing Right for Your Job?

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Is Fluid-Applied Flashing Right for Your Job?

Though flashing tapes have come a long way — especially with the option of advanced acrylic tapes — fluid-applied flashing is gaining popularity for applications that call for sealing around corners and curves. To help you decide if fluid-applied flashing is right for your jobsite, Huber Engineered Woods shared what they are hearing from the pros.

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Manufacturer Jobsite Training Mitigates Risk

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Manufacturer Jobsite Training Mitigates Risk

From El Paso to Houston, Amarillo to Corpus Christi, and Dallas to San Antonio, multifamily jobsites across Texas are receiving hands-on installation training, thanks to Huber Engineered Woods’ new traveling technical services program.

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Use Those Office Depot Discounts

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Use Those Office Depot Discounts

As part of the Member Advantage program, NAHB members enjoy exclusive discounts from a number of our affinity partners, saving on products and services from auto rentals, fleet purchases, credit cards and even flowers for Mom.

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Costly Mistake of Overlooking Your Subflooring’s Tongue-and-Groove Profile

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Costly Mistake of Overlooking Your Subflooring’s Tongue-and-Groove Profile

Builders look for a lot of things in their subflooring such as strength, stiffness and moisture resistance. But a secure-fit, tongue-and-groove connection is crucial in helping prevent costly, squeaky-floor callbacks.

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Why This Green Building Consultant Trusts ZIP System R-Sheathing

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Why This Green Building Consultant Trusts ZIP System R-Sheathing

Green building certification company SK Collaborative consults builders on energy efficiency design and construction practices for single and multifamily projects. Read why partner Carl Seville specifies ZIP System R-sheathing to address thermal bridging in the building envelope.

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Top ZIP System Sheathing and Tape Installation Tips

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Top ZIP System Sheathing and Tape Installation Tips

Seal seams and transitional details with ease using ZIP System sheathing and tape by following these tips.

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9 Ways to Save on Shipping

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9 Ways to Save on Shipping

Small mistakes, left unattended and repeated over and over, have a tendency to wreak havoc on your bottom line. A UPS executive offers some solutions.

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Tips to Keep Your Subflooring Dry This Winter

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Tips to Keep Your Subflooring Dry This Winter

Dealing with wet and frozen subflooring is a reality for many builders during the colder months. The following tips can help keep your build on schedule despite harsh weather.

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Section 179: Depreciation Deductions for Business Vehicles

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Section 179: Depreciation Deductions for Business Vehicles

An economic incentive designed to encourage the purchase of business-related equipment in order to spur growth in the economy, Section 179 lets some taxpayers deduct the full or partial cost of certain types of property from their federal taxes for the year the property was purchased and put into service.

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The Evolution of the Building Envelope

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The Evolution of the Building Envelope

Through the last few decades, the building industry has seen immense innovations that have contributed to safer, faster building practices and more energy-efficient homes.

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