This Week's Segments
This week's episode of The Weekly features how one remodeler built a simple teleprompter for his own video production, changing attitudes toward off-site construction, and the reason why Thrive Home Builders is committed to delivering net-zero, healthy, and market-savvy new homes in a highly competitive production environment.
With the pandemic and key housing issues pushed to the forefront, some builders are changing their opinions and attitudes about off-site construction methods, including 3D printed homes.
What will it take for builders to adopt more off-site construction methods? What could it mean for the industry? And does 3D printing really stand a chance? Watch and find out!
Learn how one remodeler built a simple teleprompter for his own video production. Using instructions from Youtube and a little creativity, Chris Black made a system that works anywhere.
Find out why Thrive Home Builders is committed to delivering net-zero, healthy, and market-savvy new homes in a highly competitive production environment.
The answers might surprise you ... and maybe inspire you!
SGC Horizon Group Publisher Tony Mancini intros the three segments for this week's episode, including the dangers of budget allowances, an innovative yet cost-efficient high-performance wall system, and a word from NAHB's new chairman.
New NAHB Chairman Chuck Fowke outlines the key issues facing the housing industry and how the association is working to address them.
Chad Hatfield and James Hammel of Alair Homes describe why they don't allow allowances on any of their projects. Ever.
Patti Gunderson, a building science engineer at the Home Innovation Research Labs, explains the myriad values of the new, high-performance Extended Plate Wall System.
SGC-Horizon Group Publisher Tony Mancini highlights the three segments in our September 3, 2020 episode.
Associate editor Annie Cebulski's "lightning round" of three top-notch products chosen by pros (Pro's Picks) includes a cool air scrubber, a tiled shower basin, and a software tool for contracts.
Learn how and why Ryan Cantrell from Trendsetter Homes, a production builder in Springfield, Mo., managed aggressive growth and made radical changes to lead and dominate his market.
Recovery Friendly Workplace is an initiative that proactively gives employers the tools to help employees struggling with opioid, drug, and/or alcohol addictions find treatment. Samantha Lewandowski, a Recovery Friendly Advisor, talks about the resources and support available, and Stan Parker, the owner of SBP Builders, shares how the program has helped his company maintain a stable workforce and helped his employees flourish.
SGC-Horizon Group Publisher Tony Mancini highlights the three segments in our August 27, 2020 episode.
Editorial Director Denise Dersin interviews leadership coach and sales trainer Chad Sanschagrin about why sales training is as necessary during home building boom times as it is during slow periods.
Rob Balfanz, a workforce development expert and coach, shares how he's been connecting with skilled workers for educational programs and how he knows someone will be a good hire.
Chad and Diane Hatfield of Alair Homes Plano discuss their decision to become an Alair franchisee, and share insights about the journey.