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Offsite Construction Gaining Interest Among Builders

Offsite Construction Gaining Interest Among Builders

More builders anticipate transitioning to building systems in the years, based on survey results from Home Innovation Research Labs. Results showed that although there was immediate interest in many building systems components, increased appeal over the next five years provides greater opportunity for growth in certain markets.

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Nearly 24,000 Residential Construction Jobs Added in January

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Nearly 24,000 Residential Construction Jobs Added in January

Last month, residential construction saw the greatest gain in employment since February 2018, following strong growth in December.

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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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Take Pride in Your Safety Program: SAFE Award Submissions Due Oct. 30

Take Pride in Your Safety Program: SAFE Award Submissions Due Oct. 30

These two past winners demonstrated to the industry that they are committed to safety and understand its importance for business success.

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