The Wells Fargo/NAHB Builder Confidence survey, for February, reported a historic drop in Builder Confidence.
Idaho to adopt new carbon monoxide codes
According to the International Building Code, buildings that house up to two families are required to have a CO detector installed. Idaho is set to adopt that code.
December 19, 2012
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