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Products

The Aluminum Breeze Panel from Zola Windows is a lightweight, flexible, corrosion-resistant folding wall system that offers unsurpassed thermal performance.

Kolbe’s Ultra Series exterior door delivers a stately appearance at 8 feet tall and 4 feet wide.

These new doors from LaCantina Doors feature the signature narrow stile and rail profiles used in the company’s folding doors.

The Contemporary Door collection from Simpson Door draws the best of modern design into the company’s product offering.

ProVia has introduced the Embarq fiberglass entry door, which has been independently tested and provides a 0.10 U-factor.

The new modern door collection from Plastpro Inc. combines contemporary composition with quality construction.

Marvin Windows and Doors has introduced a new contemporary door option for its Ultimate Swinging French Doors.

IWP Aurora Custom Fiberglass doors from Jeld-Wen will meet any design request and withstand the elements.

Therma-Tru has more than 400 simulated divided lite (SDL) configurations that are now available with new grid patterns.

Masonite has a new three-panel equal steel door with high-definition decorative panel profiles for a truly modern look.

Features

The House Review design team presents four small-scale projects for home builders considering entry into the multifamily market.

Professional Builder’s annual Housing Giants list, ranked by revenue, includes 293 of the country’s largest builders. 

To see the most recent list, the 2015 Housing Giants rankings, click here.

Notching their best year since 2008, the nation’s biggest builders took advantage of an improving economy and a better housing market to find revenue in new places.

What is cheap chic? It’s something both you and your buyers will appreciate: homes with an upmarket look achieved on a tight budget.

These builders represent large companies that recognize the importance of offering high-performance homes as a critical part of their product lines.

Pennsylvania-based Orleans Homes navigated through Chapter 11 bankruptcy to rebuild a family company.

IPO, bond, and private equity money flocked to the Housing Giants. Is there a finance gap for everyone else?

A few of this year's Housing Giants share their quest to reach the pinnacle of high-performing homes and increased revenues.

A hybrid approach to managing sales with Realtors can bring more focus and closings for your new homes.

The New Home Company CEO Larry Webb talks about taking his firm public.

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Features

Homebuyers on the hunt are obsessed. Here’s how your website can capitalize on their drive and focus

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