The latest National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index was released today. Builders’ confidence remained at the same level (47) as last month. The index continues to hold at its highest level since April of 2006. The three-month moving average for the West increased by four points to 51.
I get this question all of the time.
The fact of the matter is that you can cut holes big enough in an I-joist big enough to put ductwork in.
According to the latest Random Lengths lumber market report, prices of framing lumber has been increasing. For contractors, this means you need to keep higher prices in mind when you bid on your next job. For consumers, this means you should start your do-it-yourself projects as soon as possible.
According to the current weather forecast, a cold front is coming to the Portland area. It’s going to be below freezing and there might even be snow. The big question is, are you ready for winter?
Hey all you Weekend Warriors!
Last week’s show was about projects you can do around your home that will give you a high return on your investment. One of the things we mentioned was building a covered patio. I have designed and shipped many patio covers in my day so I can offer quite a bit of advice to you.
Who remembers this?
The Weekend Warriors have joined Pinterest!
Christmas is about two weeks away. If you’re still looking for a holiday gift idea for the handyman or handywoman in your life, then check out the products in our holiday flyer. Personally, I would love to receive a new Dewalt miter saw, Senco nailer, or another Stanley tape measure.
Last month, ProSales gave the Excellence Award for Marketing to three Parr employees: Tony Cookston, Corey Valdez and Nancy Cranston. The three of them are responsible for Weekend Warriors, which is a home improvement radio show that Parr owns and produces weekly at KPAM. Tony and Corey are the voices behind the microphone.
Did you go to the Lynnwood, Washington location for Parr Cabinet Design Center today? Sorry about that. We moved that store to Everett over the weekend. Here’s the address for the new location: