Though the floor plan is compact, homeowners of the Saltbox won't have to sacrifice having friends over or entertaining.
With no need for programming, wiring or additional installation, the patented nanotechnology transitions in real-time.
The body spray system offers clean lines typical of a flush mount design, but with maximum flexibility and functionality.
Available in large sizes and a variety of configurations, the door for commercial and residential applications features easy operation and simple modular installation.
It's getting easier to integrate automation into a home so that the components work together for greater comfort and energy efficiency.
While home technology may be getting smarter, it's important for all the components to work together.
A thrilling sight to see outside, a bear is less than charming when it’s trying to invade your home for a snack.
With more homes being built to Passive House and other standards, builders have new options for high performance windows available in custom options.
There's a new option for Passive House and Energy Star windows on the market.
Whether a homeowner is updating the home exterior for their own enjoyment or for resale, "Killer Curb Appeal" has benefits for both.
High performance windows are entering the main stream market as builders look for help to meet tougher energy codes.
Homeowners can blend indoor and outdoor living without compromising safety.
Builders know the devil is in the details, and window and siding sealant can help get those details right.
For any high performance home, windows are a major factor in the energy efficiency equation.
What used to be a niche market has become mainstream as more manufacturers develop sliding doors to help homeowners blend indoors and outdoor living.
Green projects, like energy efficient window replacement, are expected to double over the next five years.
When it comes to improving the outside of the home, personalizing with color and design tops the charts on buyers’ most-wanted lists.
An ICF building project that uses traditional lumber for door and window openings won't deliver all the benefits that it could.
Homeowners want to blur the lines between indoor and outdoor living, but large sliding doors have not always been the most energy-efficient option.
Most people spend up to 90 percent of their time indoors, so an easy way to bring fresh air indoors is welcome addition to a home.