PATH - A Public Private Partnership for Advancing Housing Technology

Superior Remodeling Services

"The only way to bring green into 120 million existing households... through remodeling. Americans spent over $230 billion last year in home remodeling, with energy-efficient and sustainable products representing an increasing share of the market."
-- Mike Nagel, Remodelers Chair, National Association of Home Builders

Remodeling Top 10 - NEW RELEASE!

PATH has designed a new Top 10 exclusively for Remodelers. The Top 10 Remodeling Technologies for 2007 will help remodelers choose technologies that make existing housing more durable, stronger and more resource efficient.

The Addition Factor

If you build additions, these systems solutions are for you: Wind-Resistant Openings
Learn about other Tech Set solutions.
See the complete inventory.

Bringing the Team Along

Time is not just your money, it's theirs too. Use these PATH technologies and practices to speed construction and save everyone a few bucks.

If You Aren't Selling It...'re giving it away. Some useful sales tools:
GPS-Enabled Land Development Tools ensure that the site-grading process goes smoothly and getting it right the first time keeps your customers' costs on an even keel.

Top 10 Remodeling Technologies
Top 10 Technologies
Top 10 Techniques
PATH for Homeowners

[IMAGE: New flooring choices stand the test of time.]

Why You Need the PATH Partner Program

If you are reading this page, you care about quality building. So your success is our success.
Here's how we can help.

Low-Risk Technology

Homebuyer's top priorities are found underfoot with wood flooring options made from rapidly-renewable species.
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Field Log

Excited about using new technologies in your remodel but nervous about costs and subcontractor acceptance? A remodeler in Philadelphia, PA has taken the plunge for you and documented the results.
Read other PATH technology stories.

PATH Issues

Benefit from improving the affordability, disaster resistance, durability, health, energy-efficiency and quality of your homes.

Content updated on 11/5/2007

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