NAHB-Produced Programs on DIY, Fine Living and HGTV
The NAHB Production Group produces weekly television shows on DIY, Fine Living and HGTV for consumers. The following is the latest lineup:
"Rock Solid" on DIY
Episode: "Eco Masons: Dean and Derek Go Green"
• May 28, 6:30 p.m. ET/PT
Using the latest in green products — and working in California — expert stone masons and hosts Dean Marsico and Derek Stearns combine hardscape and softscape to create an environmentally friendly driveway, walkway and garden area. Permeable pavers, a water-saving irrigation system, organic plants, a weather station and low voltage lights are some of the features Dean and Derek use to transform this Bay Area home into an oasis of sustainability. It's the softer, greener side of the rough and tumble stone masons.
"I Want That" on Fine Living
Episode: "Wind Power, Adjustable Sofas, DIY Tools"
• May 29, 10:00 a.m. ET/PT
• May 31, 2:30 p.m. ET/PT
A residential wind generator may help ease the pain of high energy bills. Getting comfortable on the couch just got easier with a sofa that can adjust to every move. Plus, a quick car check-up and handy tools for the do-it-yourselfer.
HGTV Seeking ‘Dream Home’ Builder/Architect Teams
HGTV is seeking developers, builders and architects to create dream homes for the network’s Dream Home Sweepstakes. To learn more, click here.
About the NAHB Production Group
The NAHB Production Group is a full-service, self-contained, media production unit creating programming for cable television, broadcast television, non-profit, museum and corporate clients. Productions range from magazine format shows for general audiences to museum-installation videos for specialized use.
The production group includes award winning journalists, writers and photographers with experience in broadcast, documentary and corporate television.
Free NAHB Kit Gives Builders Back-to-Basics Tips to Navigate the Slowdown
What was once expected to be a relatively mild housing slump following three years of record new home construction and sales has given way to a significant downturn.
To help members navigate the uncharted waters of this slowdown, NAHB has compiled a comprehensive “Back to Basics” online toolkit — the best of the basics, the tried and true and the truly new. To access the toolkit, click here.
To access the “Back to Basics” toolkit, you must be an NAHB member and have a login to www.nahb.org. To create a login, go to www.nahb.org/login or click on the log-in button on the main menu bar.
For assistance, call the NAHB Member Service Center at 800-368-5242.