National Housing Quality Award
2023 National Housing Quality Award Winners: A Commitment to Excellence
The 2023 National Housing Quality Award recognizes two exceptional home builders for their continued quest for operational mastery
Custom Home: A Modern Design of Light and Magic
This light-filled California custom home reached back into the past to create a stunning present and a memorable future with a design that offers diverse outdoor living options and an invitingly warm, modern aesthetic
The 2023 International Builders' Show: It's Essential!
NAHB Chairman's Message: Don’t miss this year’s IBS in Las Vegas—the premier event for the residential construction industry
2020 National Electrical Code Resets GFCI Rule
NAHB Policy Briefing: Electrical code updates regarding ground-fault circuit interrupters out of step with currently available HVAC products; number of women employed in construction rises
The Wrongs of Make It Right in New Orleans' Affordable Housing
The legacy of the Make It Right Foundation's failed efforts to restore and revive underserved neighborhoods in New Orleans' Lower Ninth Ward goes well beyond leaky roofs and toxic mold
A Six-Step Strategy to Reset Material and Labor Costs
In collaboration with your supply chain partners and internal team, consider this approach to adjust your costs and boost housing affordability
Sales + Marketing
7 Brand Experience Strategy Essentials
Consider these steps to refine and adjust your approach to a changing market of new-home buyer expectations and preferences
Good or Great: What Distinguishes Good Home Builders From Great Ones?
Why do some builders continue to struggle, even when they’re making money?
Desert Comfort: Next-Gen HVAC and Indoor Air Quality
A more efficient conditioned air distribution system optimizes zoned heating, cooling, and fresh-air ventilation equipment for ideal indoor comfort
Limit Lumber Waste: 3 Effective Strategies for Home Builders
Dumpsters overflowing with lumber are merely a symptom. To really reduce lumber waste on your jobsites, you need to address your systems