While a home may be built with adequate ventilation strategies according to current building codes, performance may vary in the actual installation.
There is a lot of science behind toilet flushing, more than the average consumer tends to realize.
Regardless of whether a building has a tank or tankless water heater, the water in the lines between the water heater and the fixture loses heat
Choosing a water-efficient faucet is one small, easy way to reduce water usage.
Save water with every shower with a new water saving design from Delta Faucet.
With new laminate finishes from Formica, it's easy to bring a touch of nature into any kitchen.
The body spray system offers clean lines typical of a flush mount design, but with maximum flexibility and functionality.
Much of the water ran in the kitchen ends up wasted, but a new touch-sensitive faucet helps get the most out of every drop.
Sure, saving water is a great idea. But most people don't want to sacrifice their warm, soothing shower.
Water-saving fixtures are becoming more important to meet water use restrictions in many parts of the country. At the 2016 Kitchen & Bath Industry Show, Jerry Capasso, product manager at Moen, reviewed the company's low-flow shower products that are designed...
As building codes including fresh air ventilation requirements, builders have more choices to meet those mandates.
Builders looking for solutions to meet whole-home ventilation requirements can tap into a proven system that does the job at an economical cost.
Kitchens are becoming the cool place to congregate with hot new gray style trends.
Low-flow toilets and other technology innovations can help save water in every home, and each step can make a difference.
Under NAECA efficiency regulations when into effect in April 2016, it can be difficult to replace or install a large capacity electric tank water heater.
Save water with every flush, with ultra-high efficiency toilets that use less than one gallon.
While net zero energy for homes has been growing in popularity, net zero water use is the next frontier for high performance homes.
Home moisture control takes on new meaning as homes are built tighter.
Unfortunately, the cost of electricity can be a factor in whether people have access to clean water. One company is making it more affordable to treat water around the globe.
There's nothing like stepping on a warm floor when you get out of bed or the bath.