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    New coastal window codes puzzle builders, court cuts mold award, selling surplus material for charity, new nailgun rules, more

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  • Getting Into Modular Construction

    Building modular homes speeds production, increases quality control, and reduces paperwork, according to this stick builder who made the switch.

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  • Notebook

    Fears of a housing "bubble," international code adoptions, smart wiring, recycling Thai railroad ties

  • Q&A: Drywall Disposal On Site

    Q. My excavation contractor offered to bury my scrap drywall on site, but I've heard buried gypsum can create a harmful gas. I've also read that it's okay to bury small amounts if you disperse it. Is it okay to bury drywall on site at all, and if so, what

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  • Notebook

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  • Notebook

    “Visitability” regulations, aging baby boomers, hazardous suburbs, contractors defeat the IRS, an energy-efficient steel wall, more