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Maximizing ‘home office’ deductions

Since the start of the pandemic, many people—including business owners—have been forced to work from home. Aside from shorter commute times and greater flexibility,...

Commercial outlook: A mixed bag

(First of two parts) By Mark Nestler A rising tide may not lift all boats after all. That’s the prevailing wisdom when it comes to...

Moisture testing on site is key

By Jason Spangler When a flooring failure occurs, one of the most common culprits is excess moisture. That goes for all types of flooring—yes,...

Always test for moisture on site

By Jack Aspenson Waterproof flooring has been growing rapidly in both commercial and residential markets. The benefits have proven to support its rapid growth. Waterproof...

Embracing change for survival

By Scott Perron (Second of two parts) In part I of this series, I talked about how COVID-19 has forced us as an industry to respond...

Challenges can breed opportunity

By Scott Perron (First of two parts) On March 13 of this year I was enjoying one of my favorite yearly events, hosting a lifelong friend...

The NFA leads the industry back to normalcy

By Steven Feldman After six long months, the world returned to normal—if only for three short days. No, it wasn’t a dream. It was the...

Specifying in the age of COVID-19

By John McGrath The International Standards and Training Alliance (INSTALL) is putting a greater emphasis on working hand-in-hand with commercial architects and designers to develop...

What can be learned from an old classified ad

By Steven Feldman “Men wanted for hazardous journey, small wages, bitter cold, long months of complete darkness, constant danger, safe return doubtful, honor and recognition...

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