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Quality Matters

Don’t Cut Corners on Construction Jobsite Safety

Construction jobsite safety starts with requiring your crews to use personal protective equipment to mitigate injuries

Quality Matters

Getting Rainscreens Right to Help Ensure Walls Stay Dry

To rainscreen or not to rainscreen, that is the question … but it shouldn’t be

Quality Matters

5 Ways Home Builders Can Maintain Quality Despite Supply Chain Issues

It’s OK to swap out building products, but not at the expense of your construction quality standards

Quality Matters

Builder Reputation Basics: One Make-or-Break Factor You Can't Miss

Since the first construction meeting lays the groundwork for a great relationship throughout the build, don’t sleep on the initial meeting between your site supervisor and new homeowners

Quality Matters

Reduce Lumber Waste: 3 Effective Strategies for Home Builders

Dumpsters overflowing with lumber are merely a symptom. To really reduce lumber waste on jobsites, you need to address your systems

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Better Attic Insulation: Simple Solutions for 4 Common Problem Areas

Home builders generally do a good job with blown-in-place attic insulation but should take care with these common trouble spots to ensure a better insulation job and greater home energy efficiency

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Construction Site Fall Protection Made Simple

Do you want workers to take jobsite safety seriously? Then don’t overcomplicate it

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Construction Details for Trouble-Free Stucco Overhangs

Transitions where horizontal and vertical stucco surfaces intersect are prone to moisture problems. Attention to proper detailing will help you avoid issues with water intrusion

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Gaps Are Good: Leave Strategic Gaps in Construction to Limit Cracks and Callbacks 

It may sound counterintuitive, but by creating gaps that allow the roof, walls, and floor of a house to move, home builders can mitigate callbacks and lost profit

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How to Prevent Moisture Problems in Brick Veneer Walls

Clogged drainage cavities and blocked weeps in brick veneer can be catastrophic when it comes to creating moisture problems, and they appear to be more common than ever

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