Most people spend about 90 percent of their time indoors exposed to potential sources of pollution than can lead to discomfort and illness.
Green remodeling is a hot topic in the housing market. Green homes tend to sell well, and many sellers are considering the value of using green practices and technologies to make improvements to their current homes.
As geothermal heating and cooling become more mainstream, multifamily owners are valuing the benefits of renewable energy.
Gone are the days of home interiors
and exteriors being treated as separate spaces.
Curb appeal is the most important factor in a home remodeling project, but homeowners may need help in choosing the best projects, according to a recent survey.
With a spike in consumer awareness about green construction materials, using engineered roofing and accessories made from recycled materials can set up a builder for success.
Homeowners can blend indoor and outdoor living without compromising safety.
As building codes require greater levels of efficiency, the building products industry is responding with innovations that will help make homes greener.
GREENGUARD-certified SPF products are a more environmentally conscious option for insulating and air sealing the home.
The 2015 Architectural Digest Home Design Show in New York City was bustling with design professionals, homeowners, and product representatives.