Latest in energy-efficiency
A new study says that achieving some LEED credits might carry an additional risk of worker injury of up to 41 percent.
The Earth Advantage Institute identified 10 key green building trends for 2012.
This month, Texas adopts a statewide building code that should cut the energy consumption of new single-family homes by more than 15%, according to the Energy Systems Laboratory at the Texas A...
Some Ontario builders are worried that new building code requirements with stricter energy efficiency measures could lead to poor indoor air quality.
More than 6.8 million homes have been weatherized using federal, state, utility, and other funds under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
Proposed changes include allowing owners to build thicker walls to accommodate external insulation, allowing the installation of solar panels
The U.S. Department of Energy is dictating that homeowners and by default remodelers take note of the International Energy Conservation Code
Five leading architects and designers present their concepts for sustainable, energy-efficient living.
Moen’s Envi collection of Eco-Performance showerheads and handshowers offer a flow rate of 1.75 gallons per minute
Including energy audits in your business can be a path to new revenues
Big, expensive custom homes don’t have to be wasteful of energy and other resources, as long as builders educate themselves and their clients about green features and technologies.
The top products of the last 12 months as chosen by the editors of Professional Remodeler and Professional Builder
Developers of a cost-conscious zero-energy home offer guidance on building uber-green homes on a budget.