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High performance design incorporates fresh air flow for comfort, indoor air quality, and efficiency.
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Insulating the foundation is one of the first steps to creating a quiet, comfortable, efficient home.
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.
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For the family moving into the Proud Green Home of St. Louis, indoor air quality was a high priority.
The homeowners wanted to reduce the risk of dust and mold in their new high performance home.
The next generation of building professionals toured a new high performance home to learn about technology and design.
Sheathing that can stand up to the weather helps builders deliver a better quality home.
With the phase out of larger incandescent bulbs, homeowners and builders are turning to LED lighting for energy-efficient alternatives.
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For builders looking for a way to keep water from entering a home the new flexible flashing tape can seal problem areas.
Geothermal heating using a ground source heat pump is considered one of the most energy-efficient ways to heat and cool a home.
A durable home starts from the bottom up, and engineered wood flooring panels help create a home that can weather the perils of construction. Fortunately, the Proud Green Home of St. Louis was in the framing stages during the summer months so it didn't have to suffer through winter.