National Association of the Remodeling Industry

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25 Trade Associations Say 'No' to OSHA's Silica Rule

A coalition of 25 trade associations that includes NARI and NAHB urged OSHA to withdraw its proposed silica rule. Read more

Plywood vs. OSB: Which Is Better?
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Plywood vs. OSB: Which Is Better?

OSB has gained the lion's share of the sheathing and subfloor markets thanks to... Read more

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Special Report: How To Make Your Carpenters Work More Efficiently

What can lead carpenters do on the jobsite to help their workers produce their best? We asked three experienced trainers in the National Association of the Remodeling Industry's lead carpenter program, all of whom run or have run their own construction businesses. Here's what they said. Read more

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Industry Pros' Twitter Feeds That You Should Follow

ProSales compiled a list of go-to sources for real-time industry conversations. Read more

A Call to Dealers To Promote the "Buy American" Cause
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A Call to Dealers To Promote the "Buy American" Cause

Like many Americans, columnist Don Magruder worries about this nation's dependence... Read more

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Remodeling's Cost-Value Ratio Shrinks Again

Homeowners this year are seeing home values rise just 60 cents for every dollar they invest in a home remodeling or renovation project, the lowest such return in at least eight years, Remodeling magazine's 2011-12 Cost vs. Value Report has found. Read more

They're Getting Smarter
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They're Getting Smarter

Builders and remodelers embrace smart phones and tablets--and hope to hook up with... Read more

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Handy Men

While new-home building lags, remodelers are seeing steady gains. One reason why: Foreclosures. Read more

What's a Remodeler's Favorite Lead Paint Protection? You
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What's a Remodeler's Favorite Lead Paint Protection? You

A survey of remodelers regarding the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA)... Read more

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NLBMDA, Other Groups Sue EPA Over Lead-Paint Opt-Out Rule

The National Lumber & Building Material Dealers Association joined with three other trade groups today to file suit against the Environmental Protection Agency over the removal of an opt-out provision in the EPA's much-derided new rule governing renovations in homes where there's a potential health hazard from lead paint. Read more

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