Window blinds with a double-layered honeycomb design helps block airflow through windows.
Homeowners and builders looking for ways to cut energy use can simply look down for an answer
Smart thermostats are taking a lead role in making homes more comfortable and energy efficient, and giving owners more control.
From antique furniture and photo albums to pianos and even wine, low humidity levels can wreak havoc on many of our prized possessions.
Airborne chemicals from a range of household products—soaps, detergents, perfumes, cleaning supplies, and even building materials like paint and varnishes—can linger in the home.
Many homeowners don't realize that a foggy bathroom mirror is a sign of a bigger issue.
Blending indoor and outdoor living spaces is a fixture in today's homes.
20 brand-new captivating hues feature four designer palettes that bring impact and dimension to any living space.
A Seattle row home development features not only many high performance aspects but also reduced electromagnetic field exposure.
While keeping energy costs down, a quality factory-built, modular home also benefits the air quality in the home by reducing allergens and outside pollutants.
InVent Series ventilation fans feature FoldAway mounting ears and the EzDuct Connector, which allow for easy installation.
Homes with skylights experience lower energy costs, better indoor air quality and comfort.
Because air pollution levels can vary widely over the course of even a few hours, consumers could significantly decrease their environmental health risk by avoiding excessive exposure at peak times.
Homeowners and building operators can test the quality of the air using a mobile-enabled air quality sniffer.
Consumers and professionals make confident and efficient paint color selections with ColorSnap, an integrated color selection system from Sherwin Williams.
Whether in new construction or a renovation taking place in a home or hotel, it's easier to install or replace a ventilation fan from below the ceiling.
Home buyers want to feel they’re getting something special at good value, and sellers want the highest possible return on investment.
A new LEED Platinum-designed apartment building will create some of the most sustainable, livable, and innovative mixed-use buildings in the Pacific Northwest.
A new aerosol technology can cut air loss from leaky ducts, improving HVAC efficiency and improving comfort in homes and buildings.
With the recent flooding heavy rains, many property owners face the strong possibility of mold growth caused by the floodwaters and ensuing heat afterward.