After a significant period of suppressed activity, the housing market showed notable signs of growth in 2013. Single-family home construction especially has shown appreciable gains as demand increases and families find it more attractive and more feasible to own their homes. Industry sources suggest that the growth in single-family home construction in 2013 will continue into 2014 and beyond. Continue reading Single-Family Home Construction Improved in 2013, But Will It Continue in 2014?
The winter of 2013 and 2014 may go on record as one of the coldest and snowiest, and there’s no doubt that the winter weather impacting construction has been most severe in the northern and northeastern states. Seasonal slowdowns are normal in this industry, but as demand builds and supplies diminish, the impact of the bitter cold and excessive snowfall will continue in these regions until spring. Continue reading How Brutal Winter Weather Is Impacting Construction Across the U.S.
Celebrities with eco-friendly homes not only do their part to protect the environment, but they also leverage their popularity to encourage eco-friendly living among their fan base, some of whom may be your clients. When it comes to green living, a few stars really stand out. Continue reading 6 Celebrities Walking the Environmental Walk With Eco-Friendly Homes
The popularity of eco-friendly building grows every year and by keeping up on green building construction trends, your company’s revenue can grow with it. In 2014, energy efficiency, product transparency, and workload-lightening cloud technology should all be on your watch list. Continue reading 8 Green Building Construction Trends That Are Making Waves in 2014