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You can make big money tearing down small houses. But it might not make everyone happy.
Where does the Lowe's ruling on lumber labeling leave those of us in the construction industry?
Roofing with asphalt shingles, bias against vocational education, working with caulk guns.
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In an effort to curb the risk of wildfire destroying homes, more and more western communities push for the removal of existing wood roofing.
Joists in an old floor, repairing a concrete slab in an old floor, and more.
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As the California drought grinds on, renewed interest in using grey water heats up.
To curtail wasted water and energy, the NRDC and the UA propose that all hot water piping systems in new buildings be insulated, such as those serving lavatories, showers, dishwashers, and kitchen sinks.
All new and remodeled roofs in Los Angeles will now be required to reflect sunlight, not absorb it.
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