Tag: resiliency

Disaster Preparedness Must Focus on Upgrading Older Homes and Infrastructure

Filed in Capitol Hill, Codes and Regulations by on May 22, 2019 1 Comment
Disaster Preparedness Must Focus on Upgrading Older Homes and Infrastructure

NAHB today called on Congress to focus on improving the older homes, structures and infrastructure that are less resilient to natural disasters because they were built when there were no national model codes in existence or constructed following codes that are now outdated.

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ZIP System® Sheathing and Tape for Resilient Roofs

Filed in Home Building, Sponsored Content by on August 15, 2018 1 Comment
ZIP System® Sheathing and Tape for Resilient Roofs

Storm season is coming, and with it, a heightened sensitivity to protecting jobsites and the durability of homes down the road.

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White House Proposes New Resilience Efforts

White House Proposes New Resilience Efforts

At the May White House Conference on Resilient Building Codes, the Administration unveiled new efforts to combat the negative impacts of climate change, including new requirements for builders.

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Do Try This at Home

Do Try This at Home

Home builders can’t have all the answers about all the products used in home construction. But that just means they need to be careful to ask lots of questions — particularly about new products and how they have been tested.

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