How to Deliver High-Performance Homes and Protect Your Bottom Line

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Contact: Patricia Potts
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In today’s competitive housing market, ensuring customer satisfaction and protecting your reputation is paramount. One powerful tool that can help you achieve both of these goals is the Residential Construction Performance Guidelines, Sixth Edition.

The Residential Construction Performance Guidelines are the industry’s go-to recommendations for evaluating how homes should perform during the warranty period. By adhering to these guidelines, builders and remodelers can proactively address potential customer concerns and prevent issues from escalating into full-blown complaints.

Widely accepted by the home building and remodeling industry, these guidelines offer a comprehensive roadmap to delivering homes that excel in performance and meet customer expectations, all while safeguarding your bottom line.

The heart of these guidelines lies in their ability to help you deliver high-performance homes that stand out in the market. Here’s what you can expect:

  • Extensive Coverage: With over 340 guidelines spanning 13 major construction categories, the Residential Construction Performance Guidelines provide a comprehensive framework for evaluating different aspects of a home’s construction and functionality.
  • Up-to-Date Insights: This fully amended reference tool includes new guidelines that reflect the evolving needs of modern home owners. From crawl spaces and subflooring to windows and plumbing, you’ll find insights that keep you ahead of the curve.
  • Enhanced Usability: A glossary of common terms and strategically italicized terms throughout the guidelines make navigation and understanding a breeze. This aids not only you but also your clients in grasping the key concepts.

The guidelines are available in both contractor and consumer formats. Visit BuilderBooks.com to learn more.

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