If a picture is worth a thousand words, then there's the equivalent of an encyclopedia represented among the Top 10 Photo Galleries of 2015.
We're looking back at the most popular videos on ProudGreenHome.com for 2015.
For any high performance home, windows are a major factor in the energy efficiency equation.
The owners of the Proud Green Home of St. Louis wanted to make their home energy efficient, and a host of appliances and electronics from LG Electronics are helping them do just that.
Geothermal heating and cooling ranks as one of the most energy efficient options for all types of homes.
For the family moving into the Proud Green Home of St. Louis, indoor air quality was a high priority.
There's nothing like stepping on a warm floor when you get out of bed or the bath.
The homeowners wanted to reduce the risk of dust and mold in their new high performance home.
A home is a collection of systems, and making the water heating system work better can save energy costs and make life more comfortable.
The Proud Green Home of St. Louis incorporates a unique device that's designed to stop wasting energy and water.
It's easy being green; after all, there are many ways to design and build a high performance green home.
It's good to know that comfort can also be very energy efficient.
The next generation of building professionals toured a new high performance home to learn about technology and design.
As with traditional construction practices, setting expectations is a large part of the home planning and construction process when building green.
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.
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