The HBRA of Fairfield County is an association that represents and advances the interests of the home building,
remodeling and land development industries in Fairfield County.
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    If you think millennials aren’t buying houses, think again: Half of home buyers haven’t even reached age 40 yet, a new report finds.
    Is there anything a smartphone app can’t control? Not much, it seems. Today a smartphone tap or a swipe can summon most anything, from the next meal to a new home or apartment deal. That kind of functionality is often taken for granted. No wonder a prospective home buyer might expect it from a new home.
    Of the 132.42 million homes in the U.S. in 2011, 98.8% were still standing in 2013, according to a 2016 report from the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
    The labor shortage continues to dominate the list of concerns for construction companies. During the Great Recession, the industry lost more than 40% of its work force, cutting nearly 2.3 million jobs, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
    Celebrating 10 years in business with the addition of two fully-operational facilities
    After struggling for years to capture the attention of owners, developers and investors, the green building movement has taken off and no longer needs to work as hard to convince industry stakeholders of the benefits of sustainable construction. But as the movement seeks to tackle trillions of square feet of global real estate assets, decision-makers are turning their attention to the hard data associated with building green.
    The green building market is teeming with manufacturers seeking to develop products and materials that reduce a building's overall embodied energy while standing up to stringent performance criteria — all in the hopes of helping to create a more sustainable construction industry.
    People are fallible, and misunderstandings are a part of life. Construction work is no exception. However, when it comes to construction contracts, time and money are at stake. A lack of legal background is, of course, one of the primary drivers behind misinterpretations, but there's also the fact that many contractors think they've seen and know everything based on experience.
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