Many homeowners are looking for ways to live more sustainably. Green homes provide a solution to many of environmental challenges by saving energy, reducing water consumption, and protecting human health. When properly constructed they can save money, enhance comfort, and promote health by avoiding exposure to toxins and contaminants.
Ventilation key for designing better buildings
By choosing to remodel, you have already made a green choice.
While it may seem counterintuitive to insulate an attic for warmth and then install vents that allow outside air in, ventilating your attic is key to reducing moisture, avoiding mold and preventing the formation of ice dams.
The Proud Green Home of Louisville is a sustainable, high performance home that will earn certification from multiple green building organizations.
The Proud Green Home of Louisville was designed and constructed with healthy living in mind.
More than any other room in the house, bathrooms are resource hogs.
High-performance, super-energy efficient homes are becoming more and more popular throughout North America. As demand from your customers grows, is your team equipped to meet the challenge?
As the cost of energy remains a significant cost for home and multifamily building owners, the lure of net zero energy homes continues to grow.
Posted by Sarah Lozanova Did you know that many of the indoor air quality issues in a home originate in the crawl space or basement? Unfortunately, basement air is frequently the most compromised air in the house, and contaminants commonly...
There are still some myths out there that are keeping people from pursuing a net zero home.
Studies have linked worker productivity, mood, and cognitive function to indoor air quality, but ventilation solutions exist for healthier indoor air.
Although energy costs associated with Passive House significantly lower, other benefits harder to quantify.
The builder’s goal is to build every home with the ability to produce the same amount of energy as it consumes.
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According to a recent Houzz survey, 40 percent of homeowners plan to renovate or build an addition in the next two years.