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This home reflects what what the builder has learned so far about creating living spaces focused on good health, well-being, energy-efficiency, water-efficiency, durability and social and environmental restoration."
One of the top goals of the Proud Green Home of Louisville was to create a highly energy efficient yet very livable home.
The Green Shortz Green House is targeted for LEED for Homes, EarthCraft, and Zero Energy Ready Home certification.
This white paper takes a look at the next generation of sheathing and roof products that are creating a visual sea of green in neighborhoods across the country.
On a residential or commercial building site, time equals money, so building professionals are interested in shortening the process while maintaining quality.
Innovation comes from those willing to do things just a little differently, and green home building is no exception.
Duct leakage in residential homes costs consumers $25 billion each year.
When General Contractor John Price moved to Gulfport, Mississippi, he noticed signiﬁcant rainfall as a crucial jobsite variable year-round. To provide added protection beyond that of traditional oriented strand board (OSB) and felt roof deck assemblies, he uses ZIP System® roof sheathing and tape to build a more resilient sealed roof deck.
ZIP System sheathing helps this home beat Passive House standards.
With requirements for prescriptive continuous foam insulation R-value requirements outlined in the 2015 International Energy Conservation Code requirements, builders are looking for simple alternatives.
High performance design incorporates fresh air flow for comfort, indoor air quality, and efficiency.
To ensure the Proud Green Home of Louisville performs according to plan, it's being wrapped in insulation. The foundation incorporates foam forms, and most of the walls are insulated concrete forms as well. Builder Sy Safi of UberGreen Spaces &...
Insulating the foundation is one of the first steps to creating a quiet, comfortable, efficient home.
The building industry's shift to embrace green products is reflected in the winners of the 2016 PCBC Parade of products show.
The latest Proud Green Home will rise in Louisville as part of the sustainable Norton Commons community.
An architect with six Passive Houses under his belt is seeing homeowners come to value high performance homes at little to no extra costs.
Residential builders and remodelers who have experienced the pain of job delays or callbacks for squeaky subfloors will soon have access to a combination of subfloor products to combat squeaks.
The 2015 Greenbuild Unity home, erected in just a few days on the expo floor, was designed to show case the state of the art of affordable high performance home building.
As building codes incorporate continuous insulation, homebuilders are looking for techniques that won't add labor costs.
Many builders in high-wind zone areas are now building to higher standards to help their customers withstand natural disasters. This white paper looks at one such standard, the FORTIFIED Homes program, and how builders are achieving the certification.