March 2013: Residential

 

Today’s home automation market isn’t so much evolving as it is mutating, like one of...

Multifamily residential structures account for more than half of the buildings in the United States...

With 115 million households in America— more than twice as many as there were 50...

We’re now more than a year into the release of the first two major players...

Looking at the four years measured in billions (B) of dollars, residential numbers climbed from...

The proliferation of lithium-ion powered cordless tool models continues to hold the attention of tools...


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| March 2013
Today’s home automation market isn’t so much evolving as it is mutating, like one of those time-lapse videos of microbes in a Michael Crichton science-fiction movie.

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| March 2013
Every month, Jack Pullizzi picks the top four Ideas That Work submitted by you, ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR readers.

| March 2013
In the April 2012 issue of ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR, we challenged the presumption that light-emitting diode (LED) lighting is maintenance-free.

| March 2013
There may not be a “typical” changes clause for construction contracts, but most contracts have something giving the right to the owner or general contractor to order changes.

| March 2013
In march 2011, immediately following the triangular disaster of earthquake, tsunami and nuclear meltdown at the Fukushima Dai-ichi reactor, Japan promptly shut down all of the

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