For building professionals concerned about embedded carbon in building products like brick and concrete, there are green alternatives that provide the same performance.
As spring approaches with a sense of newness, scores of homeowners see the change in seasons as a chance to revitalize their homes. For many, that means literally putting on a new face by switching out aging siding for an exterior with a fresher look.
For builders looking for a way to keep water from entering a home the new flexible flashing tape can seal problem areas.
The Proud Green Home of St. Louis opened its doors, celebrating the completion of this high performance home.
As the demand for smart and connected devices grows, Pella Windows and Doors introduced a family of smart products for windows and doors designed to deliver security, comfort and convenience.
A high performance home that incorporates three of the top green building certifications generates more energy than it uses.
Managing attic moisture will pay off over the life of the home.
The analytics tell us that readers found these stories of green building achievement to be the most compelling for the year.
In residential and commercial buildings, energy efficiency through insulation is the simplest and most cost effective way to reduce energy use and greenhouse gas emissions.
Take a look back at some of the most popular video content for 2014 on ProudGreenhome.com, featuring the latest techniques and technology to help satisfy the hunger for knowledge regarding creating high performance homes.