Scientists at Stanford have developed a passive radiator system that lowers the temperature of anything it's placed on.
While 60 percent of homeowners rate their homes as “healthy,” more than one in four are uncertain of major health hazards both indoors and outside of their homes.
As Habitat for Humanity and other affordable homebuilders look for ways to go green and stay on budget, a new concrete wall system could be the answer.
Keep an eye out for gray taking the spotlight as the color of choice in 2015 as homeowners remodel and upgrade their homes.
Apartment buildings in Chicago will be eligible for energy-efficiency improvements designed to save energy and cut costs for building owners and tenants.
Green attitudes are gaining ground, but green purchases and behaviors are stagnant or heading south. And the economy may be the culprit.
Tiny houses come in all shapes and sizes, and a new line offers a modernist look and sustainable building practices.
One of the top trends driving today’s housing market is the demand for energy-efficient homes that don’t sacrifice comfort for quality.
While a world of clean and affordable energy, abundant freshwater, 3D printed houses or worldwide high-speed Internet access won't miraculously appear by the end of 2015, it is the beginning of a better future.
Annual utility rate increases lead many homeowners to consider switching to a renewable source of energy.
Energy-efficient homes in Scotland are on the market less time and draw a higher selling price compared to less efficient homes, according to a study of more than 10,000 property sales.
For homeowners that are concerned about whether or not their home is energy efficient, a new infographic can help them make an educated choice.
As the weather takes a turn for the worse, unprotected lumber on building sites is vulnerable to moisture-related problems.
Anyone with beautiful, functional but perhaps drafty windows can have an economical sealing solution without having to replace them.
A frigid and snowy start to 2014 drove up the cost of propane as demand increased and the weather interrupted supply lines.