Homeowners are staying put and taking on large renovation projects rather than selling and confronting rising mortgage rates, and home improvement stores are reaping the benefits
Building materials prices fell for the second consecutive month in October since peaking during the first and second quarters of the year
Recent surveys by DesignLens and the New Home Trends Institute reveal homebuyers’ changing wants and needs, and builders are listening
Building prices are beginning to fall from historic highs, but lingering inflation is taking a toll on Florida homeowners rebuilding after Hurricane Ian
Prices for building materials like softwood lumber and steel mill products are posting consecutive monthly declines, while prices for ready-mix concrete are on the rise
In collaboration with your supply chain partners and internal team, consider this approach to adjust your costs and boost housing affordability
Dumpsters overflowing with lumber are merely a symptom. To really reduce lumber waste on your jobsites, you need to address your systems
Rising interest rates are sending lumber prices to their lowest level in more than two years. What does that mean for new-home construction?
Learn why the DELTA-VENT S air & moisture barrier was specified to protect Toronto’s historic Integral House, one of the country’s most spectacular residences.
The remodeling sector reported strong growth in 2022, but as more remodelers catch up with lengthy backlogs, demand for building materials is expected to fall in the year ahead
Lumber prices fell 4% on Tuesday after Goldman Sachs released its updated forecast for home sales in 2022
Stucco was the most commonly used siding material on new single-family homes in 2021, according to the Census Bureau’s annual Survey of Construction (SOC)