Home builders are understandably reluctant to adopt the latest technology without knowing how it may perform over the long term.
Huber uses collaboration to increase relevancy in industry
Build tight and ventilate right is the mantra of high performance home building, but actually pulling that off can be challenging for builders.
At the EEBA Local Toolbox builder conference in Phoenix, the unique requirements of building in the Southwest climate zones were literally a hot topic on a day that topped 108 degrees. One of the solutions for a tight thermal envelope...
At Su Verde (Italian for ‘About Green’), sustainably made exterior products are part of the home's green story, and will help it earn multiple high performance home certifications.
Today, people want the beauty of wood without the high cost of maintenance that goes with it. That’s why they’re turning to cellular PVC products.
Cedar shake has long been a favored exterior finish, but it has a reputation for being high maintenance.
Exterior cladding made of natural materials that offers long life and durability, including resistance to scratching, offers a variety of use options.
New drywall breaks all the rules for hanging things on the wall and standing up to abuse.
Builders and homeowners love the look of traditional natural finishes, but the maintenance headaches can be a real downer.
Consumer care of indoor air quality and indoor health will drive the development of HVAC and refrigeration products that are more efficient and sustainable.
Managing moisture on exterior walls is always a challenge, but there's a new solution for stone, stucco and brick veneers.
A new line of exterior siding uses recycled materials to take the place of wood siding with low-maintenance style.
Whether a homeowner is updating the home exterior for their own enjoyment or for resale, "Killer Curb Appeal" has benefits for both.
As building codes come to emphasize insulation and air sealing, home builders are looking for affordable wall systems.
While net zero energy for homes has been growing in popularity, net zero water use is the next frontier for high performance homes.
Homeowners can blend indoor and outdoor living without compromising safety.
As building codes come to adopt exterior continuous insulation requirements, new options with familiar products are entering the marketplace.
Builders know the devil is in the details, and window and siding sealant can help get those details right.
For the family moving into the Proud Green Home of St. Louis, indoor air quality was a high priority.