A new LEED Platinum-designed apartment building will create some of the most sustainable, livable, and innovative mixed-use buildings in the Pacific Northwest.
The National Association of Home Builders’ The New American Home 2016 will feature a whole home water filtration system from Environmental Water Systems.
The energy consumed to make hot water is the second largest cost on most utility bills, and showering is typically the single most energy intensive activity that people engage in at home.
From interactive cooktops, to hologram entertainment the home of the future is fast becoming a reality.
With record droughts in some parts of the country, water conservation now receives as much focus as energy savings.
For drought-plagued Californians, saving water is a necessity. But it’s also a pretty good idea for all Americans.
The 27 homes in the North Phoenix Vision Hill community will be Zero Energy ready and offer a number of green features.
Take a few minutes to collect data about hot water waste in your home, and you could be drinking Starbucks for free while helping shape hot water use research.
Could a green home help a pro athlete dunk more or catch more touchdown passes? One Chicago builder – a former pro athlete himself – will build high performance homes with a money back guarantee.
Contemporary, zen-like retreats have strengthened their hold on North American bathroom design, according to the 2015 Kitchen & Bath Design Trends report.
At the 2015 PCBC, the largest homebuilding trade show representing the west coast region 18 products were named to the Parade of Products Awards.
With the legislative provision for manufacturers to produce larger tank water heaters for utility programs, more products are coming to market.
Driveways and parking lots can be made significantly eco-friendlier with the installation of permeable systems.
With mandates to replace lawns with drought tolerant landscaping, California residents are looking for good alternatives to traditional grass.
Under the new regulations that took effect April 16, 2015, water-heating options for contractors of new and existing homes will vary dramatically.