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Report Finds Remodeling Volume Decreased in November | How to Be a More Effective Leader and Manager

Report Finds Remodeling Volume Decreased in November
The BuildFax Housing Health Report found that year-over-year rates of single-family housing authorizations, maintenance, and remodeling all decreased in November. Read More
Coastal Living
Design Trends Homeowners Are Likely to Request in 2019
Hot shades and bold wall coverings are among the things Pinterest users are searching for the most. Read More
Florida Roofing Contractor Cited for Repeatedly Exposing Employees to Fall Hazards
Turnkey Construction Planners faces $199,184 in penalties from OSHA. Read More
Dallas Business Journal
Home Depot Distribution Center Is Coming to Dallas
City officials vote in favor of giving more than $6 million in incentives for the retailer, which has plans to bring a multi-million-square-foot distribtuon center to Dallas. Read More
Retail Dive
Auction of Sears Home Improvement Business Canceled
Without any other qualifying bids, the unit is expected to go to Service.com for $60 million. Read More
How to Be a More Effective Leader and Manager
Focusing on results, asking plenty of questions, and going slow in order to move quickly can help propel your business forward in the new year. Read More
Startup Renovation Platform Plans to Disrupt the Market
Block is offering a direct-to-consumer, one-stop renovation shop, starting with bathroom remodels. Read More
JLC Online
Gift Guide: Gadgets and Books
JLC highlighted Matt Risinger’s yearly gift buying guide for building professionals. Read More
Wyoming Attorney General Shuts Down Home Improvement Scam
A consent judgment from the Attorney General’s office has shut down a scam headed by out-of-state company Pinnacle Powerful Solutions. Read More
Markup and Profit
How to Approach a Design Agreement
The first step to any design agreement is setting a budget with a client. It’s your job to remind them that changes to the design will change the price of the job. Read More
Portland Press Herald
Maine Roofer Falls to His Death
The Portland, Maine, company has a history of safety violations. Purvis Home Improvements has been fined by OSHA four times since 2012. Read More
Business Insurance
Court Denies Motion to Dismiss Lawsuit Over OSHA Record-Keeping Rule
The U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia has denied a motion to dismiss litigation challenging OSHA’s decision to suspend parts of its electronic record-keeping rule. Read More
City of Wichita Receives Federal Lead Removal Grant
The three-year, $1.6 million grant will be used to provide lead reduction for 110 homes. Read More
New Products From Jacuzzi, Bocchi, and Vinotemp Feature in Builder’s Product Roundup
The new products include a ceramic-surface sink and stainless steel dishwasher. Read More
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