For the first time, Energy Star certified clothes dryers are now available nationwide through major retailers.
Residents of energy efficient apartments save an average of $54 a month, or $648 annually, on their electricity bills, according a Housing Virginia study.
A typical solar photovoltaic energy system adds about $15,000 to the value of a home, according to a new study from the Lawrence Berkley Laboratory.
With the explosion of smart appliances, a recent survey found that consumers are looking for technology that's purposeful – not impractical.
The Energy Star Home Advisor tool will recommended, customized and prioritized home-improvement projects to save energy and money.
From lower prices for solar power to an explosion of ductless mini split HVAC options, high performance home trends continue to develop.
Appraisers have a new tool to evaluate the values of commercial buildings' energy efficient features.
Homes constructed with used shipping containers have their advantages.
As more homeowners and building professionals come to understand the value of a smart thermostat, the market is expected to soar in the U.S. and Europe.
As temperatures plummet, many Americans will be looking for ways to stay comfortable and warm this winter, but not all U.S. cities were created equal when it comes to their cozy factor.
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
Buying or building a new home? EPA recommends including radon testing as part of any real estate transactions and consider having your newly constructed home built with radon resistant features.
Now it's easier to be productive with your phone and home appliances as well as crushing candies.
From the toilets at Sochi to former Mayor Bloomberg’s pro-plumber sentiment, it’s safe to say the year was “flush” with interesting toilet talk.