Habitat for Humanity

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Habitat for Humanity Announces the Ninth National Women Build Week

The annual event will take place April 30-May 8 Read more

Habitat for Humanityís ReStores: A Better Option than the Landfill
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Habitat for Humanityís ReStores: A Better Option than the Landfill

Many remodelers involved in jobsite recycling partner with Habitat for Humanity... Read more

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Survey: Consumers Say Their Homes Are Only Minimally Green

Three-quarters of homeowners believe that less than 25% of their home can be categorized as “green.” Read more

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Majority of Builders, Consumers Perceive Reduced Prices on Materials Will Help Green Homes Become More Affordable
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Materials Exchange: Online Building Materials Exchange Site Looks to Expand

A building materials exchange site for New York and North Carolina is looking to expand to other parts of the country. Read more

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Thinking Outside the Dumpster: Deconstruction and Recycling of Building Materials Thinking Outside the Dumpster: Deconstruction and Recycling of Building Materials

By collaborating with material-reuse groups now, remodelers can position themselves as leaders in a practice that homeowners will find increasingly attractive. Read more

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Solar for All

A California program delivers solar power to low-income homeowners and involves local community and low-income groups in installing the product. Read more

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Boost Referrals by Making a 2% Difference

Tips on building referrals from sales expert Lorna Riley at the Remodeling Leadership Conference. Read more

Making the Most of Remodelers' Community Service
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Making the Most of Remodelers' Community Service

Community service can be a vital marketing tool, but be selective in how you... Read more

Incorporating Deconstruction into Your Business
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Incorporating Deconstruction into Your Business

Jonathan Mills, owner of Mills Builders in Sacramento, Calif., says, “We tear down... Read more

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