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February is Black History Month, a time to recognize the many contributions of Black Americans whose groundbreaking accomplishments in construction and design have helped shape our industry.
The four-day event established itself as an industry-leading tradeshow, complete with expert-led education sessions, next-level exhibits, and world-class entertainment.
Remodeling trends are known to come and go as different times call for different projects. Who thought so many people would want a home office before 2020? As we get into 2023, we’re noticing a few remodeling trends taking hold.
Matt Risinger and his team recently built a house in the Austin, Texas area using Builders FirstSource’s READY-FRAME® technology, and it was featured on an episode of The Build Show.
In many markets, housing sales rates are actually stronger than 2019, and some even stronger than 2021. Let's take a look at the data to see which parts of the country are performing the best.
Zonda Chief Economist Ali Wolf recently shared information on housing sales rates by price bracket in many of the country's major markets as well as incentives offered by builders, and how those are tied to successful sales rates.
The recent headwinds in the housing market have many flashing back to the crisis in 2008. but there are several important differences between what is happening now and what happened then.
Whether you’re using new materials or the same types of siding people have used for decades, you can build something fitting the latest contemporary styles.
Historic buildings yearn for preservation. Some need a little restoration and remodeling, while others are being rehabilitated for a new purpose.
Veterans are an important part of the Builders FirstSource team. We're proud to work with members of the military community at every level of our organization from coast to coast.
The Federal Reserve is raising interest rates to help battle inflation. What does that mean for the building industry?