How to Minimize Formaldehyde for a Healthier Home
An industrial hygienist explains the ramifications of exposure to formaldehyde and how to minimize its use in homes across the country.
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Today’s builders, architectural designers and building owners face increasing demands to control growing noise levels within residential and commercial buildings.
A remarkable example of customized homebuilding, TNAH reflects a year-long collaborative partnership between Owens Corning and Las Vegas-based custom homebuilder Element Design Build.
How do and how will builders and architects create better disciplines and practices around discovery of what people expect in their new homes?
A major shift in the way homes are listed may boost home buyer interest in home performance. I say could, because it’s too soon to tell. As of February 2016, about nine states have added Home Energy Ratings to real estate MLS listings. This means that homebuyers can now make an “apples-to-apples” comparison of a home’s energy performance, as it relates to future energy use.
Data suggests that builders still have a key role to play in getting buyers past product myopia.
A residential builder’s guide to the who, why, and how of development, design, construction, and marketing to young adults of today and tomorrow.
Building science is an integral part of what builders use today as tools to achieve a better performance building. To achieve a better performance building, builders understand the value of building science because building science will help them get the targets that building codes are requiring them to achieve today.
Research has found that we work, play and communicate better in bright, airy spaces. Here’s advice and inspiration for bringing light and laughter into your home.