National Association of Home Builders

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NAHB Honors Green Building Pros

Thirteen builders, remodelers, and other industry professionals earn recognition for contributions to high-performance construction. More

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NAHB Green Conference to Kick Off With Building Tour

Local green building projects will open their doors during the National Green Building Conference in Salt Lake City. More

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NAHB Green Building Conference Heads to Salt Lake City

Educational lineup offers myriad learning opportunities for new and veteran green pros. More

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NAHB, CPSC Issue Guidelines on Chinese Drywall Abatement

Two days after the release of NAHB guidelines outlining the testing and remediation of contaminated Chinese drywall, the CPSC, in conjunction with HUD, issued its own report, one that differs from the NAHB document regarding electrical wiring. More

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New Homes in 2015 Will Be Smaller, With a Touch of Green

Architects and builders think new homes will continue to shrink under the driving forces of demographic shifts and other influences. More

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Market-Rate Multifamily

As the U.S. inches toward economic recovery, the focus on luxury condo towers shifts to market-rate rental apartments. More

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Video: Award-Winning Phoenix Developer Offers Tips for Successful Green Remodeling

Philip Beere, recently named NAHB’s Green Remodeling Advocate of the Year, finds success transforming foreclosures into efficient, healthy remodels. More

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Water Conservation Necessary, Attainable

Conference speakers outline the scope of the water problem and the steps builders can take to tackle conservation. More

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Decentralized Water Reuse Offers Another Option for Conservation

On-site wastewater treatment could become more commonplace in single-family homes during the next few years. More

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Decentralized Water Reuse Offers Another Option for Conservation

On-site wastewater treatment could become more commonplace in single-family homes during the next few years. More

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