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As the concrete home market continues to expand, the CHBC is your premier resource for all aspects of the concrete home industry including housing legislation and regulatory policies, green building techniques, educational opportunities, and key industry contacts.

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Six state-of-the-art systems are available to builders who use concrete masonry, a common material choice for foundation wall construction, to help prevent water from penetrating basement walls. Building codes typically require that basement walls are waterproofed where hydrostatic pressure exists …
8/6/2013
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Members of the Building Systems Councils and Operation Finally Home recap their experience designing and constructing a systems-built home near Camp LeJeune for wounded Marine Vincent Gizzarelli and his family.
6/29/2012
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Concrete has been an essential home building material for the past century. Learn more about the benefits of this popular material.
10/12/2011
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This isn't your grandfather's concrete. Today, concrete can be used in nearly all facets of a home. Concrete's growing popularity for its various benefits can help set a builder apart in a market. Watch this video to learn more about the various types of residential concrete construction …
4/5/2011
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The Building Systems Councils and its members have a wealth of information about concrete, log, modular and panelized homes. Preview the individual brochures here.
4/5/2011
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7/20/2009
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Having your new home built, piece by piece, on your land is the traditional method of construction. For centuries, craftsman constructed homes this way, stick-by-stick, dealing with rain or snow, unreliable subcontractors, and other obstacles that prevent a home from becoming …
10/21/2008
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