There’s nothing like a house in the woods, until it’s discovered by bears.
Multifamily developers are seeking energy-efficiency windows that also deliver comfort and noise reduction for both new construction and renovation.
A weather-tight home is the goal, as a combination of roofing, housewrap and accessory products are installed on the exterior of the winner's home.
Blending indoor and outdoor living spaces is a fixture in today's homes.
Recently built in the mountains of Fraser, Colorado, the home is situated at 8,000 feet with an average annual temperature of 34 degrees F.
The Best for Kids program outlines stringent criteria and requires manufacturers submit products for certification to recognized third party testing laboratories.
Homes with skylights experience lower energy costs, better indoor air quality and comfort.
From a field of over 250 entries, the judging panel chose six projects from around the country that best exemplify Integrity's promise of beautiful windows and doors.
A new entrant in the high-performance window markets is bringing a European flair to the U.S. market.
The Make it Right Foundation will continue to use high-performance windows on sustainable homes it builds in New Orleans and other locations across the United States.
Marvin Windows and Doors has announced the winners of its seventh annual Architects Challenge, the first year the company has honored projects in various segments.
Historic windows are beautiful, but they can't keep up with today's demand for energy efficiency and comfort.
Eco Village, the largest passive house development in the U.S. is adding 40 units that will meet the Passive House standard.
Choosing the type of window for your home can have a significant impact on the performance and comfort of your home.
When you want to make the most of the view in your home, a new sliding door may be the best way to do it.
Managing solar heat gain and sunlight can be a headache for homes in places that experience many sunny days.
As more homeowners look for ways to blend indoor and outdoor living with folding glass wall systems, manufacturers have come up with answers that don't sacrifice energy efficiency.
As folding glass walls and tilt-turn windows become more popular with homeowners, there are new options in true wood to fit any style of home.
The modern Austin farmhouse is in keeping with the city’s “Imagine Austin” development plan and the McMansion ordinance that limits the size and configuration of new homes in central Austin.
Sacrificing home aesthetics for storm safety is a thing of the past.