When it comes to the floor system, builders often think about code compliance and structural performance. But what about the intangible part—how the floor feels?
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A code amendment takes away hurdles for landowners
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The Summerlin master planned community has been credited with being a yardstick for the city's builders
The rooftop decks at Little Falls Place are truly unique, measuring up to 800 square feet with outdoor kitchens, fireplaces, and pre-wiring for televisions. Additional upgrades include built-in grills, retractable awnings, and rough-in for hot tubs. Photo: Thomas Arledge
Urban infill housing continues to follow a growth trajectory as builders seek out locations that are close to life’s necessities.
Milgard SmartTouch Bolt SecurityMax
Milgard now offers a secondary lock that integrates into its patio door with no visible fasteners.
Even the hottest-selling plans from a few years ago need updating to match the current trends in residential design. Professiona
Even the hottest-selling plans from a few years ago need updating to match the current trends in residential design. Professional Builder’s House Review team demonstrates how to revitalize past bestsellers.
With a dual theme of “design innovation and attainable sustainability,” the Show Village homes at the International Builders' Sh
With a dual theme of “design innovation and attainable sustainability,” the Show Village homes at the International Builders' Show push the envelope when it comes to both modular housing design and ultra-green construction.
Professional Builder’s House Review design team offers six infill housing design concepts.
Path to Zero: Tips for building net-zero energy homes
Building scientists and leading home builders offer tips and techniques for designing and building 'market-rate' net-zero energy homes.