Thursday, August 28, 2014

Builders Site Protection chosen to provide surface protection to San Antonio Community Hospital project

Builders Site Protection will be providing corrugated plastic sheeting for HBE Corporation's new project in Upland, California. HBE is using our corrugated sheeting to protect the floors and the walls of this new hospital addition. If you would like to read more about our involvement with this project, check out our new press release.

Our corrugated sheeting comes in a standard 4'x8' size, and can be cut into any shape necessary, and we also offer a fire resistant variety. It has been used to protect everything from custom window mullions to hardwood floors. To learn more about corrugate sheeting, please visit our website.

Monday, August 18, 2014

Economic Growth and Construction Update

According to a recently published economic report from Freddie Mac, the market for new homes is set to continue its steady, albeit modest, positive growth.
This forecast follows on the heels of the news that housing starts for the second quarter of 2014 reached 980,000 new units being constructed. This new value presents an increase of over 67% from the gloom levels of mid-recession 2009.

So the housing market is certainly improving. Further good news is that Freddie Mac's Chief Economist Frank Nothaft believes the increase in new homes being built will be responsible for "accelerating the improvement in labor markets and fuel even more household formations and more housing demand". The increase in new homes being built will likely generate the jobs and the income necessary to fuel the construction of even more new homes. The outcome of this forecast effect is seen through the prediction that 1.3 million new homes will be built in 2015. 
Fingers crossed!

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Check out our newly published Ezine article!

We recently published an Ezine article titled,  "Trust Your Builder, Your Best Interest Is Their Goal". It details the numerous reasons why builders use established suppliers, as well as why builders opt to use their own tried and tested subcontractors.

You can find that article, and other articles we've published here.

Give it a look and tell us what you think in the comments!