Codes and Standards

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OSHA Increases Protections for Workers in Confined Spaces

New final rule will offer more protections for workers in small areas such as manholes. Read more

New Products by the Numbers
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New Products by the Numbers

A quick look at how products are changing the remodeling industry Read more

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EPA Fines Nebraska Remodeling Company for Lead-Paint Violations

Settlement to include a $3,033 fine and $27,305 in additional expenses Read more

Checklist to Reduce Airborne Health Hazards
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Checklist to Reduce Airborne Health Hazards

Use the EPA’s AirPlus form to cover the bases and set priorities Read more

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Lead-Paint Rule Trips Up CA Painting Firm a Second Time

College Works Painting's $39k fine follows a $32.5k penalty Read more

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CA Firm Fined $51K for Lead-Paint Rule Violations

HVAC specialist cited for renovations to foreclosed homes Read more

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Sealing Around a Chimney

What's the best way to air seal around a chimney? Canned foams may seem like a good option—especially if they're labeled as "fire block"—but those aren't truly noncombustible. Here's the best way to do the sealing. Read more

Home Builders Seek to Influence Fast-Growing ‘Resiliency’ Initiatives
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Home Builders Seek to Influence Fast-Growing ‘Resiliency’...

NAHB resolution preps itself to respond to the movement Read more

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Clearances for Outdoor Cookers

A built in grill or cooker is a must-have for just about any outdoor kitchen. If you are installing one on a truly outdoor kitchen (with no roof or coverage) you probably have very little to worry about, but put that cooker under a roof overhang and suddenly you may enter the world of codes, says one expert. Read more

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