Technology offers a cost-effective alternative to site-built framing.
For the past 100 years, the way your fridge preserved your food has been rooted in technology dating back to the mid-1800s, but that is about to change.
ZIP System sheathing helps this home beat Passive House standards.
The spray foam industry is focusing on training and quality of installation as the industry grows.
Spray foam manufacturers are improving the environmental impact that was a part of the application process.
Boatbuilder and architect crafts unique wooden net-zero home.
By including continuous exterior insulation in a wall assembly, builders can deliver a better performing home.
12 test homes are revealing some of the secrets behind the best wall systems.
The Extended Plate and Beam design features innovative framing techniques, exterior rigid foam and weatherization products.
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.
Cork left over from the wine bottling process is re-used for cork wall coverings that deliver acoustic and energy-efficiency benefits.
As building codes come to adopt exterior continuous insulation requirements, new options with familiar products are entering the marketplace.
As building codes incorporate continuous insulation, homebuilders are looking for techniques that won't add labor costs.
Spray foam insulation helps homebuilders tackle tough installation challenges and deliver better energy efficiency.
It's what's on the inside that usually counts the most, and green homes are no exception.
Fourth generation spray foam insulation reduces the environmental concerns of the product for use in high performance homes.
For contractors and builders, spray foam installation is easer with a portable foam rig that has the power of a larger system.
Air sealing offers a proven and cost-effective solution for reducing energy expenses and increasing the energy efficiency of a home.
Four insulated concrete form houses in a low-income housing project in Louisville are among the first built with home plans for affordable housing that could be game changer for residential construction.