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Vanishing Act

Pre-pandemic, it was not unheard of for items to occasionally go missing from a job site. Whether through an honest mistake such as a worker pocketing a tool he or she believed to be theirs, or a genuine theft of materials, losses nonetheless would ultimately be a costly detriment to builders and developers. In post-pandemic […]

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Water-Conscious Landscaping

With the high summer temperatures and pervasive drought conditions present in many parts of the country, homeowners have had to readjust their maintenance routines to assure that their yards remain attractive while still adhering to water conservation mandates. From simple practices such as watering more deeply and mulching to help retain the moisture, to more […]

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Cut Out Saw Injuries

Prior to work on a job site, crew members are carefully trained and certified in safety measures. However, no matter how many precautions are taken, it’s a fact that accidents do happen. And one of the most frequent power tools involved is often the saw. It’s certainly worth a few moments to brush up on […]

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Crisis Averted!

No matter how diligently your business is run, eventually a situation will occur that will need to be carefully managed in order to maintain the good reputation you work so hard to uphold. Whether an on-site accident, a disgruntled customer’s complaint or even negative sentiments expressed by a former employee, the situation can be mitigated […]

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Fabulous Facts About Prefab Homes

While you may be aware that prefabricated homes have been around for quite some time, have you really given them the consideration they deserve? There are many factors that make this niche of the housing market an incredibly intelligent and environmentally sound option. If you’re looking for a build that involves a quicker, less stressful […]

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Our Own Peter Piper

Operating a business presents daily challenges and requires hard work. America’s home builders know this, as you struggle with supply shortages, price increases and rising mortgage rates. Despite these problems, it is important to remember the reason you went into business in the first place—to make a profit—and to focus on how to remain profitable. […]

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