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Home Builders Seek to Influence Fast-Growing ‘Resiliency’ Initiatives
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Is Flood Insurance Your Problem? Is Flood Insurance Your Problem?

If you don't know much about substantial improvement, it could be. Read more

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How Energy Codes for New Buildings Can Apply to Existing Homes

Using the International Energy Conservation Code as a guide for improving existing buildings. Read more

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California's New Building Codes Pushes Energy-Efficient Windows

Tougher new requirements take effect in 2014. Read more

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California Adopts New Building Standards

The new code includes stricter energy efficiency requirements and more-straightforward rules for accessibility. Read more

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Crossing Borders: Working With Clients Living in Another State Crossing Borders: Working With Clients Living in Another State

Ken Bloom from Kitchens by Ken, of Philadelphia, offers advice on working with clients who live out of state. Read more

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Energy Retrofits: Why the Time Has Come to Make Them Part of Your Business Energy Retrofits: Why the Time Has Come to Make Them Part of Your Business

Reasons to get up to speed on energy efficiency and make energy retrofits part of your remodeling business. Read more

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Toward Sustainability: Vision 2020 Offers a Deep Resource on Green Building Topics Toward Sustainability: Vision 2020 Offers a Deep Resource on Green Building Topics

ECOHOME's Vision 2020 program brings together leading experts in sustainability, providing a great resource for remodelers and building professionals. Read more

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Is Spray Polyurethane Foam Dangerous to Use? Installation is Key

Ed Voytovich discusses the pros and cons of SPF and the important role of the installer. Read more

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Updated Energy Codes Stress 30% Energy Savings Goals -- How Will This Affect Remodelers?

Assessing the effects of the 2012 International Energy Conservation Code on the remodeling industry. Read more

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