Partnership for Advancing Technology in Housing

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PATH Products

MOLD-RESISTANT GYPSUM and concrete made with waste from coal-fired power plants... More

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Flawed data does not show falling prices

We've all heard it from industry analysts and experts: Builders are slashing their prices. People are buying new homes for less than they paid a year ago. And builders are continuing to cut prices in 2007, trying to move their unsold inventory before prices fall even further. 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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NAHB Briefs: March 2007

- The Census Bureau estimates that the U.S. population will reach 400 million in 2043. - Statistics fail to show the true number of vacant houses posing a threat to future new-home sales. - The NAHB Research Center's educational program updates builders on valuable online resources. More

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Growing Up Green

WHILE GREEN BUILDING continues to rise in popularity across the nation, many people remain unsure about what it means to build green or where to begin. More

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PEX vs. Copper

THE RISING COST OF COPPER has boosted the appeal of plastic piping alternatives such as cross-linked polyethylene (PEX) among builders. More

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BUILDERS SEARCHING FOR practical and reliable information on innovative construction products and practices now have a new place to go. Well, not exactly new, but certainly improved. A fully redesigned version of, the online technical resource, was recently launched to help builders more easily navigate information on materials, technologies, housing systems, and business management. More

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