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Insulating the foundation is one of the first steps to creating a quiet, comfortable, efficient home.
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.
Architects and designers, as well as consumers, are looking for kitchen faucets with an industrial-inspired spring spout – or pre- rinse spring faucet. And while commercial-grade options deliver on style, they often lack the functional conveniences homeowners want: like easy...
Tackling dirty dishes in the kitchen can end up wasting a lot of water.
Resource conservation drives every customer conversation with Eco Minded Solutions, a green home builder and landscape architecture firm located in San Diego.
Cabinets from MasterBrand are available with a touch feature that makes opening and closing cabinets a hands-free operation.
If you're using an iPad for recipe book, it's not good to for it to shut down in the middle of supper.
Options for durable, no maintenance roof products with the look of natural slate and wood are expanding.
Kitchens are becoming the cool place to congregate with hot new gray style trends.
The CDC notes that approximately one in 25 U.S. patients contract at least one infection during the course of their hospital care.
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.
There's nothing like the look of a cedar shake roof, but no one likes the maintenance that goes with it.
Exterior cladding made of natural materials that offers long life and durability, including resistance to scratching, offers a variety of use options.
Builders and homeowners love the look of traditional natural finishes, but the maintenance headaches can be a real downer.
The latest Proud Green Home will rise in Louisville as part of the sustainable Norton Commons community.
As the green home building market continues to expand, the Appraisal Institute is offering a variety of tools and training to its members to serve the growing interest from builders and buyers.