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Glass Skyslide Opens At The Top of LA's Tallest Skyscraper
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Glass Skyslide Opens At The Top of LA's Tallest Skyscraper

Daredevils can enjoy sweeping views of Los Angeles while descending a transparent... More

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Cure for a Settling Slab Cure for a Settling Slab

Any good flatwork contractor knows that a concrete slab is not self-supporting. That’s why he’ll prepare the ground first by placing 6-inch lifts of well-compacted gravel; otherwise the slab could settle and crack. More

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Construction Spending Up on Residential Lift

November was the sixth consecutive month of gains in new single-family construction spending. More

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Starts and Permits Up on Strong Multifamily Lift

Single-family numbers were also up in November, a sign that the sector may finally be coming up from the bottom. More

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Metro Home Prices Improved in July on Seasonal Lift

Detroit made a surprise dash to the front, reporting a higher yearly price improvement than Washington, D.C. More

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Dream Machine Lift From Auton Dream Machine Lift From Auton

This remote-controlled lift supports TVs weighing up to 120 pounds. More

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Lift and Slide Doors Are the Hot Trend in Patio Doors

Sliding patio doors get a much-needed overhaul. More

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Fireplace Industry Eyes Energy Issues, Tax Credits to Lift Slowing Shipments

Pellet-burning stoves and wood inserts remain hot items for consumers, who appreciate these appliances' money-saving energy efficiency. More

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BUILDER Blocks: The Week In Review

May 20, 2007: Home builder confidence falls again; Bill Clinton funds green upgrades; a Dallas developer offers a free house but there is a catch; and home elevator sales are on the rise. BUILDER Online catches you up on the news you might have missed. More

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