Who Is Your Local Code Expert? (Why Not You?)
As a building supply professional, you probably have a good handle on local code,...
Making Inroads with Millennial Homebuyers
Study shows that the millennial generation made up the largest share of homebuyers...
Choices abound when it comes to exterior flashing products, but take care to select the one appropriate for the type of door or window.
When Good Intentions Go Bad
Wood chosen for its environmentally preferable properties is rotting in 30 different Make It Right homes in New Orleans, sparking debate about the use of new--and green--building materials.
Increase Comfort by Performing Energy Audits
Energy audits provide homeowners with assurance that their homes are free of mold...
GSA Chooses LEED and Green Globes
After months of study, the GSA recommends the federal government continue to use LEED, but also recommends using Green Globes as well.
Plywood vs. OSB: Which Is Better?
OSB has gained the lion's share of the sheathing and subfloor markets thanks to...
Tips for Selling to Big-Volume Builders
Getting in with the "big boys" is no easy task, but that doesn't mean it can't be done. It takes tough skin, the ability to handle losing, and knowing when to say "no."
Top Trends for Green, High-Performance Homes
Watch out, dealers: Big builders are rapidly making green, high-peformance homes...
Editor's Notes for July 2012
ProSales' Craig Webb urges dealers to become more aware of high-performance building techniques.