The market for green building and renovation is taking off in Australia as homeowners come to value high-performance homes that are easier on the budget.
A majestic Scottish castle is taking shape in Connecticut, and it just may have the strength to withstand a siege, thanks to the insulated concrete forms that make up the walls.
To overcome limitations of stick-built homes, more builders and homeowners are using an advanced building product called structural insulated panels (SIPs).
New homes in San Diego could be built according to new codes that raise the cost of a new home but could pay for themselves in 18 months.
To help building professionals design and construct high performance home, the Building Envelope Thermal Bridging Guide – Analysis, Applications, and Insights offers guidance in reducing energy loss due to thermal bridging.
The development of the Proud Green Home of St. Louis highlights just how far green building science has advanced.
When Michael and Emily Kuentz found out they were transferring from Fort Worth to St. Louis, they knew they wanted to build a new home that was healthy for their family.
New siding options offer the look of traditional wood without the headaches of high maintenance.
A Brazilian startup launched recycled PET tiles for environment friendly construction. The Rivesti Ecological Tiles help cut building costs by generating savings in labor and material.
With the GE dryer’s new 200-foot venting capability, you have more freedom to choose where to put the laundry room.
Prefabricated by skilled craftsmen in an efficient, controlled setting, systems-built homes, which include modular, panelized, concrete, log and timber homes, provide homeowners another alternative to home building that often saves the homeowner time and money due to the way the homes are built.
With the new integrated Green Awards program, The NAHB gives industry professionals the opportunity to be recognized across several awards programs for their green building accomplishments, rather than entering one standalone awards program.
Homebuyers near the Sacramento River in California's Delta can choose from three living-space designs in new net-zero home developments. Trilogy by Shea has unveiled eight new floor plans, as well as an entirely new model gallery for attendees to experience...
Detroit's first occupied shipping container homestead will be constructed of 85 percent scrap materials donated by General Motors.
For homebuyers looking for ways to reduce their environmental impact, a new service delivers information on drive times from listed properties to common destinations.