May 2017

Found 2 blog entries for May 2017.

In 2006, the NAHB (National Association of Home Builders) conducted a comprehensive study to evaluate the longevity of the components that make up a home. The life expectancies of the components of a home depend on the quality of installation, the level of maintenance, weather and climate conditions, and the intensity of use. Some components may remain functional but become obsolete due to changing styles and preferences or improvements in newer products while others may have a short life expectancy due to intensive use. The average life expectancy for some components has increased during the past 35 years because of new products and the introduction of new technologies, while the average life of others has declined. Here is what NAHB found in their

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