Partnership for Advancing Technology in Housing

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Pros and Cons: Asphalt Shingles vs. Metal Roofing

Asphalt dominates, but which material is right for your homes? More

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A New Generation of Underlayment Can Help Roofs Perform

Do you really need an underlayment on your sloped roofs? More

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Better Site Planning and Cheap Ways to Greeen a House

No conversation about green building can commence without a discussion about the site. More

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PATH Offers Guidance on Green Building

Residential green roofs also added to organization's technology inventory. More

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One-Day Seminar for Hardwood Manufacturers

Seminars for smaller and newly started Eastern hardwood manufacturers are scheduled for 2008. More

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Environmental Risk Management Consultant Confronts Mold Head-On

A risk management expert works with PATH to employ new protocols for preventing and mitigating mold in new homes. More

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Bennett Hofford Construction Chosen to Build Next PATH Concept Home

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) Partnership for Advancing Technology in Housing (PATH) will build its second Concept Home near Charleston, S.C., and the organization has chosen custom builder Bennett Hofford Construction of Charleston to build the house. More

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Raleigh, N.C. home first to be built in a typical subdivision under NAHB Model Green Home Building guidelines

AT 4,000 SQUARE FEET, THE NATIONAL Homebuilder Mainstream Greenhome looks like any other house in its Raleigh, N.C., subdivision. Underneath the brick, though, is the first house in the country to be built using an existing plan in a typical neighborhood while following the NAHB's Model Green Home Building guidelines. More

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Mold-Free Model Home

Show houses are a great way for builders and manufacturers to showcase the latest... More

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