A pandemic, a Supreme Court appointment, mail-in ballots, economic uncertainty and a lost laptop have turned the national conversation on its head — and continues create fluidity in a number of races across the country.
REHAU announced the appointment of Mark Hudoba to vice president of building solutions for the Americas region. Hudoba will lead the business division and drive growth of the company’s plumbing and mechanical product lines including radiant heating/cooling, pre-insulated piping, geoexchange, snow melting, plumbing and municipal water service.
Bradley Corp. provides suggestions for restroom cleaning.
October 22, 2020
A recent survey of high school students shows that, when it comes to school restrooms, there’s room for improvement. One-half of students rate their schools’ bathroom facilities as fair or poor – an unwelcome increase of five percentage points since 2019. Only 18% view them as excellent or very good.
Each year on October 15, Global Handwashing Day advocates for how a simple and inexpensive action – handwashing with soap and water – can stop the spread of colds, flus and other infectious diseases. This year, due to the coronavirus, the international day has taken on new-found prominence.
A broad range of allied trade professionals are invited to join a leading panel of experts – beginning Tuesday, Nov. 3 at 10 am ET – during six weekly panel discussions as they address healthcare design and water safety.
Winsupply has completed the purchase of substantially all the assets of Avon Supply Co., a plumbing and heating wholesale distributor primarily serving the greater Boston market. Details of the purchase were not disclosed.
NKBA will recognize individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the kitchen and bath industry across all disciplines and specialties
October 1, 2020
NKBA is accepting nominations through Oct. 30 for 2021 inductees to the Kitchen and Bath Hall of Fame. Honorees are recognized and celebrated for their significant and enduring contributions to the development of the kitchen and bath industry.
The National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) released its Market Outlook report showing the remodeling industry is largely recovering from its Q1 COVID-19-induced dip. According to the report, the percentage of homeowners actively working on remodeling projects increased significantly, from 19% in Q1 to 36% in Q2.