When Will Wood Prices Go Down?
Lumber is currently historically expensive. But exactly how long will that be case?
OSHA Makes Key Change to COVID-19 Vaccination Reporting
OSHA is relaxing the record-keeping requirements around vaccination side effects. Here's how the rule change affects employers.
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.
Commerce Secretary Meets With Homebuilding Officials Over Supply Chain Concerns
The U.S. Commerce Secretary met with senior homebuilding officials last week to decide how best to address the supply chain...
Department of Labor Withdraws Proposed Independent Contractor Rule
A controversial new labor rule has been withdrawn from consideration. But what comes next?
How Home Builders Are Working Around Record-High Lumber Prices
Rising lumber prices are forcing home builders to change the way they conduct business.
10 Best Home Improvement Projects Under $250
A little can go a long way when it comes to home improvements. For just $250 you can make some...
Members of Congress Urge Federal Action on High Lumber Prices
With the cost of construction materials on the rise, homebuilders look to Washington for a solution to the biggest problem...
Lumber Prices Finally Fell in October (But Are Still Way Too High)
Lumber prices dropped in early October, but not nearly enough, and now home builders and lawmakers are working together to...
Home Builders and Remodelers Optimistic Heading Into Winter
Remodeling and home building are in high demand, and industry pros anticipate no letup over the next few months.
Climbing Lumber Prices Continue to Complicate Home Building
Historically high lumber prices are forcing U.S. builders to call off projects.
Homebuilding Sector Drives Construction Employment Surge
Residential construction led the way to another positive month for construction employment.