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My Tennessee Home: Houses are Aging. Is it Time to Remodel?

My Tennessee Home: Houses are Aging. Is it Time to Remodel? America’s housing stock is aging. And following the Great Recession, residential construction grew at a modest pace. According to the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), many homeowners across the country occupy dwellings that are not new or modern. A closer look at the…

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My Tennessee Home: 5 Ways to Refresh Your Kitchen

My Tennessee Home: 5 Ways to Refresh Your Kitchen The kitchen is the focal point of the home. No longer limited to a place for meal prep, kitchens are where meals are shared, homework is completed, and time is spent with friends and family. After spending more time at home, you may want to revamp…

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Construction Industry Offers Rewarding Career Paths

Individuals across the country are reimagining their career paths following the height of the pandemic. One industry worth exploring is residential construction. The industry offers competitive compensation and a chance to contribute to building the American Dream.

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How to Post a News Release, Deal, or Job Opening on the WTNHBA Website

How to Post a News Release, Deal, or Job Opening on the WTNHBA Website Whether visitors come wanting to learn more about building or remodeling, or they come looking for an expert to help with their next project, the West Tennessee Home Builders Association’s website is the hub where experts in the building industry and…

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How to Purchase a WTNHBA Warranty

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How to Purchase a WTNHBA Warranty One of the great benefits of being a member of the West Tennessee Home Builders Association is the use of our warranties. They can save your business a lot of time and money.  If you are a new member of the WTNHBA, or just someone who needs a refresher,…

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Home Buyers Rank Their Top Home Technology Features

The evolution of technology has opened a range of possibilities for a connected home. Now more than ever, remote-controlled, voice-controlled devices and wireless appliances are found in homes. The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) recently surveyed prospective and recent home buyers, and found that the most desired technology features in the home are related to comfort and security.

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