What do homeowners really want? They want to be comfortable right in their own home.
Whether it’s location, orientation, climate zone, design, size or occupant, every home requires a different formula.
Game changing. Cutting-Edge. Stunning. Three words you’ll hear frequently when describing The 2016 New American Home®.
Perfectly planned and installed dry concrete basements are tricky. Get it wrong, and that below-grade space could cost thousands in repair and maintenance down the road. In worst case scenarios, it could even end up making a home "unsellable". Find out how to do the job right the first time, or look at remediation if you need to.
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!
From a building science perspective, three things define a home's comfort level: moisture, temperature and noise. Taking care of these three issues in a home, new or old, will go a long way toward making it the livable, comfortable place that it should be.
For some, winter means overheated apartments and clanky radiators, but for homeowners it’s more often a struggle to keep an inefficient home cheaply warmed. Here is a look at five problem areas that cause heat loss in colder climates and older homes with some potential solutions to explore.
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.
Can daylight help close more home sales? The value of natural light is a growing factor with today's home buyer.
As consumers become more aware of how the built environment affects occupants, what can home builders do to cater to this growing demand?