6 Things An Electrician Learned After Buying Her First House
A professional electrician shares what she's learned about electrical while living in and working on her own home.
Family Handyman Approved: Wago Lever Nuts
Wary of cheap, twist-on wire nuts? Then try these from Wago.
More US Homeowners Choosing Home Improvement Over Moving
Looking to make some major changes in your home? According to a recent survey, you're not alone.
Construction Employment Slips By 20,000 Jobs in May
The construction industry is spinning its wheels as material shortages continue causing non-residential construction to sputter.
Building Material Costs Climb to Record Highs
The cost of construction materials is up across the board, putting a unique strain on homebuilders across the country.
Department of Labor Withdraws Proposed Independent Contractor Rule
A controversial new labor rule has been withdrawn from consideration. But what comes next?
New BriqCash Payment and Rewards Platform for Contractors
BriqCash is a new way for construction workers to manage their finances and earn some industry-specific rewards along the way.
The Home Depot Sponsors ‘Signing Day’ for Trade School Students
The home improvement center teams up with SkillsUSA to celebrate high school graduates entering careers in the trades.
5 Best Noise-Cancelling Headphones for Construction
Protect your hearing while you work with these noise-reducing headsets.
Builder Confidence Drops as Interest Rates and Material Costs Increase
Historic lumber prices and normalizing mortgage rates are causing concern for home builders.
10 Things To Do When You Have Contractor Problems
There's nothing quite like a home renovation that's firing on all cylinders. It's easy to get excited when your contractor...
Crucial Differences Between Licensed & Unlicensed Contractors
Choosing an unlicensed contractor comes with legal liabilities for the homeowner.
Construction Industry Still Struggling With Skilled Labor Shortage
New analysis of U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data shows construction firms still have trouble finding and hiring skilled laborers...
5 Highest-Paying States for Electricians
Take a look at the five states with the highest average professional electrician salaries across the U.S.
How to Become a Limited-Energy Electrician
A sea change in how homes work has created the perfect storm for limited-energy electricians. Learn how you can ride...
5 Best Resources for Women in Skilled Trades
Succeeding as a woman in a historically male-centric industry is no small task. Here are some of the best resources...
Electrical Questions Answered By An Electrical Inspector
Everything you wanted to know about breaker panels and more. A veteran electrical inspector answers your questions.
Unique Tools for Electricians
Professional electricians swear by these tools, and you will, too. Check out our recommendations here.
Electrical Code Requirements for Islands and Peninsulas
If the title of this topic has you daydreaming about a tropical island or peninsula somewhere in the Caribbean Sea,...
National Worker’s Group Criticizes OSHA’s COVID-19 Safety Standards
The National Council for Occupational Safety and Health is not happy with how the federal government has handled worker safety...
Home Building Insights from the Houzz Kitchen Trends Study
Take a deep dive into the world of modern kitchen design and renovation.
Housing Starts End the Year at the Fastest Pace Since 2006
Home building activity surged at the end of the year, setting the stage for a busy 2021.
13 Things Your Electrician Wants You to Know
Whether you're looking to add a light fixture or run rough electric for an addition, here are a few key...