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If you have any questions, please contact:
Karl Eckhart
Jennifer Ustynoski

The safety and health of all those who work in construction remains our top priority. The industry continues to adhere to all public health guidelines set forth by OSHA and the CDC. Work on a new unfinished home site occurs primarily outdoors and does not involve going onto a location occupied by residents or a public location, and there is minimal (if any) physical or transactional contact with customers.

The map below displays statewide stay-at-home orders and construction exemptions to those orders. While the Department of Homeland Security has designated construction as “essential infrastructure workforce,” this guidance does not supersede state/local orders which sometimes offer differing and contradictory guidance on essential services. Builders and subcontractors should contact their local HBAs with any questions about the applicability of local orders.

COVID-19 Jobsite Safety Stand Down NAHB urges members to halt work for at least 10 minutes to educate workers on how to stay safe from coronavirus.
Jobsite Safety Guidance for Coronavirus Detailed plan to reduce the risk of exposure to COVID-19.
Coronavirus Resources NAHB is continually updating its library of resources regarding COVID-19 to help guide members through this crisis.
Coronavirus Business Continuity
<p>Tools to help you advocate for housing in your community.</p>

Work with Your Local Officials

Work with Your Local Officials

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Viral Economic Stress: Impacts of the Coronavirus
<p>Weekly update by NAHB Chief Economist Robert Dietz.</p>

Outlook on the Economy

Outlook on the Economy

Weekly update by NAHB Chief Economist Robert Dietz.

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Coronavirus Consumer Resources
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Support Your Customers

Support Your Customers

Share mortgage assistance options and government relief programs.

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