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Home Builders Raise Affordability ConcernsJohn Serrano Jan 2019

Home Builders Raise Affordability Concerns

Despite growth in overall housing starts, single-family starts fell 4.6 percent to 824,000. According to NAHB, “single-family production has now dropped for the third straight month. Meanwhile, multifamily starts—which include apartment buildings and condos—rose 22.4 percent to 432,000.

Vinyl Siding Ban Overturned in GeorgiaJohn Serrano Jan 2019

Vinyl Siding Ban Overturned in Georgia

Earlier this week, The Vinyl Siding Institute, in partnership with Georgia residents and homebuil

Susan Wade Apr 2018

Ready. Set. Advocate!

Join colleagues from across the vinyl value chain June 19-20 as we advance our key issues with elected officials. Registration is now open.

Susan Wade Apr 2018

Hear from NAHB Executive & Washington Insider Jim Tobin

Come to Washington for the 2018 Vinyl Industry Congressional Fly-in and hear from the advocacy leader at the National Association of Home Builders.

John Serrano Jan 2018

NAHB Shows Strong Housing Demand

The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) has released new data showing a strong housing m

John Serrano Apr 2017

The Vinyl Industry Addresses Housing Policies at the 2017 Fly-in

The Vinyl Institute, along with the vinyl industry, will address housing policies at the 2017 Vinyl Industry Congressional Fly-in.