The Shore Road Project, built by Murphy Brothers Contracting, in Greenwich, Connecticut, recently was recognized as one of the most innovative projects in the country at the ICF Builder Awards.
Norton Commons plans to construct the largest 100-percent geothermal residential community in the United States.
Custom timber frames structures using antique, FSC certified timbers were reclaimed from the industrial and agrarian structures America was built on and to put new use in a custom home.
With housing prices at recent highs, it’s a great time to sell; and still-low interest rates also makes it a good time to buy a home.
Homes constructed with used shipping containers have their advantages.
For the latest in kitchen design trends, check out the research from Pennywell, a designer and fabricator of countertops and worktops in Ireland.
In multiple studies across the U.S., homebuyers paid 10% to 14% more for homes with green certifications over comparable homes.
Take a look at the Top 10 blog posts for 2014 on ProudGreenHome.com.
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.
Perfectly suited to celebrate a mid-decade year that's poised for revitalization, Coral Reef is Sherwin-Williams Color of the Year 2015.
In a warm climate, outdoor living spaces can be come uncomfortably warm in the summer heat.
As Habitat for Humanity and other affordable homebuilders look for ways to go green and stay on budget, a new concrete wall system could be the answer.
Tiny houses come in all shapes and sizes, and a new line offers a modernist look and sustainable building practices.
Many homeowners think ice dams are a fact of life in a cold climate, but that's not the case.
As more homebuilders and buyers come to value the RESNET HERS Index Score, new policies will make the score a more powerful tool.