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.
We chatted with Dr. Karagiozis to address key learnings regarding the role of Building Science in advancing high performance homebuilding.
Game changing. Cutting-Edge. Stunning. Three words you’ll hear frequently when describing The 2016 New American Home®.
Visitors experiencing the 2016 edition of The New American Home® in Las Vegas won’t just see and hear how Owens Corning is helping builders turn building science into building genius™ –they will be able to feel it!
If you have all you can handle keeping up with new home orders, congrats and keep it up. If you’re looking to diversify your portfolio of construction services, as many home builders are, now is a great time to explore your multifamily options.
As consumers become more aware of how the built environment affects occupants, what can home builders do to cater to this growing demand?
No builder can guarantee complete moisture protection in the basement, but there are ways to approach moisture control to deliver long-term results.
Experimentation has revealed the facts about spray polyurethane foam.
Environmental stewardship, economic prosperity and social progress are directly linked with creating better living environments.
This is the first in a series of NAHB-produced videos about Owens Corning’s participation in the 2016 New American Home. Take a look and listen to what Element, the builder, has to say about working with Owens Corning on this project – and then let us know how we can work with you to help Turn Building Science into Building Genius™.
In today’s residential marketplace, air sealing has become a fundamental part of the home building equation. As building codes and Home Energy Rating System (HERS) targets have evolved, so too has the need for builders to incorporate air sealing into the build equation.