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A relatively new BPI certification helps builders meet the stringent, new IECC requirements for air infiltration and duct leakage.
JLC editor Clayton DeKorne reviews the latest Department of Energy guidelines on using rigid foam insulation.
Is worker safety more important than religious freedom? Two federal agencies stand at odds on the question.
In the wake of the AvalonBay apartment fire in Edgewater, NJ, the wood industry pushes forward solutions for protecting light-weight wood framing.
The residential construction industry girds itself for another onslaught of OSHA regulation.
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Water flowing through city water pipes generates electricity without the environmental impacts associated with large-scale hydroelectric.
This week, the story that aired on Sunday's 60-Minutes exploded in the building press, and has wreaked finacial havoc on the nation's largest flooring retailer.
A missing piece of the economic puzzle is an effective system for providing high-school graduates access to good-paying, higher-skilled jobs in the trades.
David Frane looks at homebuilding in Japan, where a surprising mix of old and new technologies create house parts, which are assembled onsite by tobi-clad carpenters in steel toe ninja boots.
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