Well-being is the mantra of the 21st century home buyer.
Today’s builders, architectural designers and building owners face increasing demands to control growing noise levels within residential and commercial buildings.
Partners in Success: Palo Duro – Achieving High Performance Homes in the Desert
Quail Homes Builds a Smarter Home in the Pacific Northwest.
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.
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.
Shea Homes collaborated with Owens Corning to maximize energy efficiency. The High Performance Conditioned ProPink® Insulation System provides Shea’s homeowners with a higher level of comfort and energy efficiency in their net-zero conscious homes.
Data suggests that builders still have a key role to play in getting buyers past product myopia.
Thrive Home Builders and Owens Corning turned to building science to achieve accessible, affordable, net zero homes with minimal need for solar panels.
What do homeowners really want? They want to be comfortable right in their own home.