This Week's Segments
SGC Horizon Group Director - Principal Tony Mancini previews the lineup of segments for The Weekly, including how a NARI chapter in Wisconsin that pulled off a live, 2,000-person event without incurring a single case of COVID-19, and why a total cost of ownership analysis can make high-performance housing cheaper than code-built homes.
NARI Milwaukee hosted a Fall Home Show in October with approximately 2,000 attendees over three days. With robust safety procedures in place, including a universal mask mandate, the organization reports no confirmed cases linked to the event.
Diane Welhouse, executive director for NARI Milwaukee, shares how the team pulled it off, how their show is different from national shows like IBS, and why they decided to host their event in person.
Jm Nostedt, president of Seefar Building Analytics, lays out a formula that shows how total cost of ownership makes high-performance housing affordable to buyers ... and benefits builders who want to provide better-quality housing.
SGC Horizon Group Director - Principal Tony Mancini previews the lineup of segments for The Weekly, including a lively discussion about transparent estimates, smart tech for older homeowners, and a new product that just might alter production housing as we know it.
Editorial Director Denise Dersin talks with industry sage Scott Sedam about the "fragility of good things," and the metrics he advises home builders to use to determine and sustain business success.
Editor-in-Chief Rich Binsacca has a pint with Dennis Steigerwalt, president of the Housing Innovation Alliance to talk about why builders don't embrace off-site construction
... and what they're going to do about it.
PRODUCTS' editor Nigel Maynard chats with an architect and production builder about what classifies as "good design" and how builders can add more of it in the homes they build.
SGC Horizon Group Publisher Tony Mancini brings you the latest episode of The Weekly.
Spoiler Alert: there's more octopus
If you could go back to your rookie self in home building, what would you tell yourself to do differently?
Jacklyn Graniczny, partner/design director for Sublime Homes in St. John, Ind., and Ashley Kent, president of Kent Homes in Wilmington, N.C. take us on a journey back in time.
Simple-yet-sophisticated, zero-threshold showers are a perfect example of how aesthetically pleasing accessible design can be when done right.
Here are three curbless showers by three different remodelers that have knocked it out of the park in under three minutes.
Get a jump on Halloween with a litany of scary, crazy, and occasionally humorous job site fails, from accidents waiting to head-scratching finishes ... and a black cat story you won't want to miss
This week's episode of The Weekly features how one remodeler built a simple teleprompter for his own video production, changing attitudes toward off-site construction, and the reason why Thrive Home Builders is committed to delivering net-zero, healthy, and market-savvy new homes in a highly competitive production environment.
With the pandemic and key housing issues pushed to the forefront, some builders are changing their opinions and attitudes about off-site construction methods, including 3D printed homes.
What will it take for builders to adopt more off-site construction methods? What could it mean for the industry? And does 3D printing really stand a chance? Watch and find out!
Learn how one remodeler built a simple teleprompter for his own video production. Using instructions from Youtube and a little creativity, Chris Black made a system that works anywhere.
Find out why Thrive Home Builders is committed to delivering net-zero, healthy, and market-savvy new homes in a highly competitive production environment.
The answers might surprise you ... and maybe inspire you!
SGC Horizon Group Publisher Tony Mancini highlights this week's Weekly episode, from a profitable culture-driven home builder and the future of Facebook as an effective marketing platform to why "free" can be a four-letter word.