Werner Hosting Free Webinars for Ladder Safety Month
What better time to delve into ladder safety than National Ladder Safety Month?
Home Improvement Spending Expected to Surge
A recent Harvard study brings good news for contractors: Business will be booming again in 2021. Here's why.
Builder Confidence Holds Steady Despite Record High Lumber Prices
The home building industry is as busy as ever, though certain challenges are becoming real and undeniable concerns.
Housing Starts Stumble to Start the Year
Home building activity dropped in January for the first time in six months. Is this the first sign of a...
New Legislation Seeks To Expand National Apprenticeship System
The U.S. House passed a bill that could lead to a boom in apprenticeships. It awaits Senate approval.
NALP Announces Virtual Networking Event for Landscapers
ENGAGE is a new educational event focused on connecting landscaping professionals when they can't meet in person.
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.
Virtual International Builders’ Show to Showcase 300 Exhibitors
This year's online-only International Builders' Show just announced its exhibitors, and there are some pretty big names on the list.
International Builders’ Show Early-Bird Pricing Has Been Extended-But Not for Long
If you are a fan of the International Builders' Show, you're going to want to check out IBSx.
Two-Week Window Opens For Small Business PPP Loans
For a couple of weeks, the White House is narrowing the definition of "small business" to get PPP loans to...
New Home Sales Dropped in November Yet Remain Strong
New home sales are slowing a bit but demand remains high. Can home builders keep up?
Builder Confidence Holds Strong as 2020 Ends
2020 was a uniquely challenging yet busy year for the home building industry. Will that productivity continue into 2021?
Lumber Prices Rising Again Despite Federal Action on Tariffs
Lumber prices remain volatile, complicating home building and prompting action from the federal government.
SURVEY: Construction Workers Divided Over COVID-19 Vaccine
New research shows that a high percentage of essential workers are not sold on the COVID-19 vaccine.
How to Earn Certification from the National Association of the Remodeling Industry
Looking to take your remodeling business to the next level? NARI certification might be the next step.
Survey: Home Improvement Spending On the Rise in 2020
A new survey from Home Advisor provides key insight into how American households are spending money on their homes in...
Construction Employment Struggling to Recover From Pandemic Losses
Incremental growth in construction employment over the course of the year hasn't been enough to spur a full comeback in...
National Initiative Formed to Help Small Lawn Care Companies Grow
The National Association of Lawncare Professionals and FMC Corporation are teaming up to give smaller landscaping companies a boost.
Home Depot to Give Employees Permanent Pay Raise
This has been a particularly rewarding year for The Home Depot thanks to fervent public interest in home improvement and...
Construction Worker Wages Higher Than National Median
Working construction might be a taxing career, but you can be paid well for your efforts.
Hilti Develops Autonomous Construction Robot
Hilti is bringing even more tech to the jobsite with their latest semi-autonomous robot.
The Final Episode of Milwaukee PIPELINE Airs This Week
Here's when to tune in and what to expect from the final installment.
Study: Construction Workers 5 Times More Likely to Be Hospitalized With COVID-19
The study highlights how the unique nature of the construction industry makes it susceptible to COVID-19 and outlines a few...