Energy efficient appliances can help cut costs and deliver high performance in the home.
Passive House building in North America has become more prominent with announcements of multifamily and single family home projects that will meet the rigorous standards for energy consumption.
Research shows that noise is the top factor for consumers when choosing a dishwasher.
A model home for a golf course community in Pennsylvania exceeds DOE Zero Energy Ready Home requirements, delivering long-term value for its new owners.
As with traditional construction practices, setting expectations is a large part of the home planning and construction process when building green.
Energy efficient lighting becomes more affordable as GE launched low-cost 60-watt replacements to entice customers to switch from CFL to LED technology.
With the rise of mini split heat pumps in the U.S. market, manufacturers are in a race to offer the most efficient models.
Heating and cooling choices can make or break the energy efficiency, and affordability of a home.
Some of Seattle's top modern homes will be open for touring for a limited time on May 2, 2015, but if you can't make it, get a glimpse here.
As building codes require greater levels of efficiency, the building products industry is responding with innovations that will help make homes greener.