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.
Homebuilders often cite properly valuing green homes as a challenge to wider adoption in the marketplace.
An architect with six Passive Houses under his belt is seeing homeowners come to value high performance homes at little to no extra costs.
Choosing the right ERV or HRV for a building project doesn't have to be complicated.
Whether a homeowner is updating the home exterior for their own enjoyment or for resale, "Killer Curb Appeal" has benefits for both.
Homeowners can blend indoor and outdoor living without compromising safety.
The owners of the Proud Green Home of St. Louis wanted to make their home energy efficient, and a host of appliances and electronics from LG Electronics are helping them do just that.
For the family moving into the Proud Green Home of St. Louis, indoor air quality was a high priority.
Cool roof certified roofing materials help reduce the heating load of a home, and can mimic any style.
What used to be a niche market has become mainstream as more manufacturers develop sliding doors to help homeowners blend indoors and outdoor living.
It's what's on the inside that usually counts the most, and green homes are no exception.
The next generation of building professionals toured a new high performance home to learn about technology and design.
A model home for a golf course community in Pennsylvania exceeds DOE Zero Energy Ready Home requirements, delivering long-term value for its new owners.
Fiber cement siding has been recognized as a sustainable building product in a survey of green building professionals.