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August Housing Starts Increase 3.9% Thanks to Surge in Multifamily Housing Construction

After a difficult July, housing starts across the United States increased by 3.9% in August due in part to material price decreases and a focus on MDU housing.

CE Pro Editors · September 27, 2021

Leviton Creates ‘Contractor Connect’ Online Resource

The ‘Contractor Connect’ portal hosts resources like installation videos and information on new products so contractors and builders can work with integrators more easily.

CE Pro Editors · September 15, 2021

Housing Starts Down 7% in July

Supply chain and labor shortages caused housing starts to decrease by 7% overall in July, with single-family starts decreasing 4.5%.

Andrew Nichols · September 09, 2021

Brilliant SST New Home Company

Top-Ranked Integrator Discovers Brilliant Formula for Success with Builders

Smart Systems Technologies, No. 10 in the CE Pro 100, brought Brilliant controls to The New Home Company and reaps rewards of ‘white-glove’ appointments with homeowners.

CE Pro Editors · August 23, 2021

Nortek Control and Alarm.com Debut 2GIG New Home Program

Builders can now access this turn-key program for free. The program is deployed and supported by a nationwide network of certified dealers selling 2GIG products and Alarm.com service providers.

CE Pro Editors · August 19, 2021

Why MDUs Are Helping Expand the Smart Home Market

Much like individual homes, multi-dwelling units allow residents to personalize their space with custom smart home tech like security, lighting, and automation.

CE Pro Editors · August 19, 2021

Snap One Celebrates Third Annual ‘#C4Yourself’ Month By Promoting Smart Home Tech

Snap One’s #C4Yourself month is a great way for homeowners, designers, and builders to learn about the benefits of smart home technology and gain first-hand experience with these products.

CE Pro Editors · August 09, 2021

New Home Sales Decline in June Due to Continued Supply Chain Challenges

Sales of newly constructed homes are down for the third straight month as builders continue to combat higher construction costs and supply chain restrictions.

CE Pro Editors · July 29, 2021

Home Remodeling Spending Expected to Increase into 2022

Harvard University study expects 8.6% growth in home remodeling and maintenance spending through the middle of 2022.

Jason Knott · July 22, 2021

Government Research Shows Housing Starts Increase 6.3% in June

Housing starts across the United States have increased as lumber prices start to lower, but other material costs continue to raise the price of completed homes.

CE Pro Editors · July 21, 2021