NAHB Offering Great Live Online Courses and Webinars throughout June
As the weather warms, NAHB Education is offering a full slate of virtual learning in June through focused webinars (free to NAHB council members) and the popular live online courses.
Prepare Your Business for Severe Summer Weather
NAHB has several resources to help builders, remodelers, and local home owners prepare for and respond to natural disasters.
3 Student Chapters Among Winning Teams in 2022 Solar Decathlon
The 2022 Solar Decathlon Design Challenge — a U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) collegiate competition that tasks students with designing low-carbon, high-performance buildings powered by renewable energy — celebrated its 20th anniversary with a standout lineup of 20 winning projects across multiple categories.
How Single-Family Home Sizes Have Shifted
According to first quarter 2022 data from the Census Quarterly Starts and Completions by Purpose and Design and NAHB analysis, median single-family square floor area inched down.
NAHB Applauds Confirmation of Thompson as FHFA Director
NAHB Chairman Jerry Konter issued a statement after the Senate confirmed Sandra Thompson as director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency.
Associate NAC Nominations Due July 18
The Associate Members Committee is soliciting nominations for the position of National Associate Chairman (Associate NAC). The Associate NAC is part of the National Area Chairmen, and represents the interests and concerns of Associate members.
Upcoming Changes to Efficiency Standards for AC Units and Heat Pumps
On Jan. 1, 2023, new minimum efficiency standards for air conditioners and heat pumps will go into effect across the United States.
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