Home buyers want to feel they’re getting something special at good value, and sellers want the highest possible return on investment.
The good news is there are things you can do to control summer energy costs.
With the real estate marketing heating up, it may be a good time to invest in making your home more desirable.
A new LEED Platinum-designed apartment building will create some of the most sustainable, livable, and innovative mixed-use buildings in the Pacific Northwest.
From interactive cooktops, to hologram entertainment the home of the future is fast becoming a reality.
A high performance demonstration home "First to the Future Home" features more than 200 LED lighting fixtures.
Preservation is not a new science, but LED lighting technology is making it easier for historic landmarks around the globe to preserve their legacy for the 21st century and beyond.
Preparation is the key to making your home remodeling project a major win instead of a fail.
Leave the lights on and you could still save money – if you have the new $5 LED bulb.
Check out the hottest trends that are shaping home design in 2015, from the return of olive green to an obsession with metallic accents.
Homebuyers everywhere are usually faced with the problem of where to buy, when to buy and should they buy a new home or and older one.
Whether it’s upgrading to a smart thermostat, planting vegetation in the right area or installing solar panels, the company points out, there are always ways to conserve energy.
The lighting landscape continues to shift toward LED lighting as prices fall and more options come to the marketplace.
For the latest in kitchen design trends, check out the research from Pennywell, a designer and fabricator of countertops and worktops in Ireland.
It’s not too late to inspect your home for energy faux pas that could be costing you plenty.