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Defending Your Value
By Mike Gorman
Can your prospects see the advantage of choosing you over your competitor? Are they willing to pay a premium price for your product or ...
It’s a paradox in residential construction: Developers clear a wooded lot to create housing, and one of the first things the new ...
By Alan Meier
We need to stop burning natural gas if we want to meet our ultimate emissions targets.
By Tom White
Matthew Wadlund is adding infill housing stock to the Oceanview neighborhood of Berkeley, California, where he is replacing a single-family house with four single-family, ...
Today, the U.S. Department of Energy announced two new Better Buildings Accelerators, which will convene leaders to ...
When I received an email from Larry Zarker of BPI, informing me that I had been inducted into ...
I grew up on the West Coast of Canada, and I have ...
Homeowners may continue to enjoy their single pane glass windows ...
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