In multiple studies across the U.S., homebuyers paid 10% to 14% more for homes with green certifications over comparable homes.
Imagine leaving the windows open all winter long - the energy loss, cold drafts and wasted energy. Overlooked holes in the home can have the same effect
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Home energy auditing has a new science based standard for evaluating detached single-family dwellings and townhouses that supports the U.S. Department of Energy's Home Energy Score.
While everyone knows that a heating and cooling system is one of the biggest energy users in the home, the reason why that's so may surprise you.
Athletes track their performance to get better, so why not do the same thing for your home?
It’s not too late to inspect your home for energy faux pas that could be costing you plenty.
If you’re putting more cash into your existing heating system with regular repairs and rising energy bills, it’s likely time to upgrade your system. An older, less efficient heating system is often the culprit behind high energy bills. By replacing...
Apartment buildings in Chicago will be eligible for energy-efficiency improvements designed to save energy and cut costs for building owners and tenants.
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.
Anyone with beautiful, functional but perhaps drafty windows can have an economical sealing solution without having to replace them.
The Appraisal Institute encourages homeowner to winterize their homes to potentially reduce energy costs, increase comfort in cold months and possibly improve resale value.
As more homebuilders and buyers come to value the RESNET HERS Index Score, new policies will make the score a more powerful tool.
EPA recognized 17 apartment and condo buildings across the country for leading the industry in reducing energy use, increasing affordability, protecting public health, and combating climate change.