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.
Homes in Britain are among the oldest in Europe, and the cost of heating properties that leak heat is leading to fuel poverty for many residents.
As building codes require greater levels of efficiency, the building products industry is responding with innovations that will help make homes greener.
Starting with the architectural design, the Proud Green Home of St. Louis reflects the desire for a high level of indoor air quality, as well as energy efficiency and an inviting refuge for the family.
Did you know that indoor air can be more than twice as much as polluted as outdoor air?
If you are looking for ways to have the amazing backyard you have always wanted yet still want to keep it “green,” then you’ll want to read on.
The 2015 Architectural Digest Home Design Show in New York City was bustling with design professionals, homeowners, and product representatives.
As damaging storms and power outages become more common, more homeowners are looking for a standby power solution.
Although the United States has some of the best public drinking water available, there is reason to be concerned about contamination in some areas.
Cool roof products come in a variety of roof types, including metal, asphalt and built-up roofs as well as concrete tiles.