Human beings have a natural liking for things in miniature.
So appealing is the tiny house, that many adventurous DIY-ers have set out to build their own tiny home.
The DOE promotes ZERH homes as "the home of the future," a home that lives, works, and lasts better.
Thirteen percent of the respondents say they’ve ditched the dining room furniture to make space for yoga or serious arts and crafts.
Energy efficient windows ranked at the top of the list of green products commonly used by most builders.
Some American cities are “smarter” than others according to a new survey.
For the first time, wireless/internet connectivity entered the top ten project types,
Even without tax credits, there are still good investments to be made in remodeling a home to be more energy efficient.
Homebuyers can now don goggles and take a virtual tour of their potential future home at two PulteGroup communities.
Everyone wants to drink healthy water in their homes. But it's not always easy to know the best way to provide it for your family.
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.
Venues that incorporate LEED into their buildings enjoy increased cost-savings, decreased annual operating costs and a higher return on investment overall.
At the 2017 International Builders' Show, two companies announced opening glass wall products designed for hurricane- and high-wind-prone regions.
Some cities are simply considered cozier places to hunker down than others.
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PwC says the internet of things (IoT) is set to transform—and disrupt—the way we live.
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