Haags Certified Inspector

Published on June 23, 2020 by Press Release

Jeff Hunt recently earned Haag’s Certified Inspector - Wind (HCI-W) credential.

Picking Experts For Trial

Published on February 21, 2020 by abovethelaw.com/
Your bad: Send me a few emails praising my column on trial strategy, and I’m likely to crank out more of those columns.

Excessive litigation a threat to home construction

Published on February 7, 2020 by kob.com/
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. - A flurry of lawsuits filed in and around Albuquerque are being blamed for an increase in home building costs causing a number of subcontractors to go out of business or experience difficulty staying in business. 


Published on January 9, 2020 by haageducation.com/
his is the second of a two-part series on hail damage. Part 1 focused on wording choices used in reports to describe hail effects.  Part two focuses on proper hail inspection protocol, damage criteria, published research, and terms used in the assessment of hail-caused damage, specifically asphalt shingles. We have already received questions from Part 1 which are addressed in Part 2 below. If you have not read Part 1 yet, please consider reading that first.

Important Electrical Code Changes Could Soon be Adopted Near You

Published on December 27, 2019 by nahbnow.com/
With the International Code Council’s 2021 building codes cycle in full swing, it’s important to note another set of codes that may have a big effect on many home builders and remodelers.

When Force Majeure is for Sure: The Business of Construction in Disaster-Prone Areas

Published on December 6, 2019 by natlawreview.com/
Residents of Houston, Texas held their breath once again on September 17, 2019, as Tropical Storm Imelda made landfall. The storm inundated the city with 43 inches of rain, making it the fourth-wettest tropical cyclone in the history of Texas and the fifth-wettest in the history of the continental United States.

Homebuilder sues customer for $550,000 after negative online review

Published on November 22, 2019 by khou.com/
The lawsuit filed by Adair Homes Inc. raises interesting questions about what consumers can say online and the ability of businesses to protect their reputation.

House Passes Legislation to Push More Employment, Consumer Disputes to Trial Courts

Published on November 8, 2019 by thetexan.news/
The FAIR Act, opposed by pro-business groups and supported by trial lawyers, would make many employment arbitration clauses unenforceable under federal law.

5 Building Techniques to Help Homes Bounce Back After a Storm

Published on October 10, 2019 by http://nahbnow.com
After a severe weather event such as a hurricane, tornado or flood, communities are often left devastated.

Scaffold Safety: What to Do and What Not to Do

Published on October 10, 2019 by http://nahbnow.com
Scaffolds, or temporary work platforms, can provide a safe and efficient way to execute tasks on a home building site. 

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