Charlotte-Gastonia-Concord, NC-SC

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North Carolina Compromises on Energy Code

North Carolina Compromises on Energy Code ~ More

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Lessons From the Corporate World

Imagine two builders. Builder No. 1 is an experienced project manager who decides to start his own business. His technical skills are finely honed, he knows how to manage a crew and schedule, and he builds homes that customers love. But a few years after hanging out his shingle he is still struggling financially. More

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Muddy Waters

Few dispute that construction-site erosion poses a significant problem. Muddy... More

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Business

Moving the schedule from paper to the computer; taking credit cards; protecting... More

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Running a Production Trim Business

An interior trim carpenter whose company specializes in servicing large national... More

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Notebook

Preparing for a future economic slump; houses collapse in Philadelphia; heat kills; certified green trusses; hiding garage doors; use renewable energy in Colorado or pay the price; more More

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Letters

Asphalt shingle recycling, crown molding tip, on the durability of vinyl siding, how to enter the building trades More

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Eight-Penny News

Pier foundation failure, EIFS hides moisture problems, electrical code changes, termites versus foam More

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Eight-Penny News

Qualified Framer program, OSHA inspectors target small builders, retread roof, new itchless fiberglass insulation More

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Letters

Building inspector defends practices, R-value of cellulose insulation, L.A. quake revisited More

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