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The demonstration home predicts future trends and brings flexible, sustainable design to the masses.
Well-being is the mantra of the 21st century home buyer.
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.
Recently, Owens Corning has worked as an extension of the team assembled by Habitat for Humanity for project ABC Green Home 3.0. This project is using familiar insulation and fiberglass solutions that easily integrate into the design plans and deliver the highest standard of energy efficiency in production-built homes.
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.
Owens Corning offered to help Quail Homes reassess their extensive analysis, which led to displacing their internal air sealing process and replacing it with sealing the outside of their homes to better protect from conditions, including moisture, in the region. Now, every Quail Home is wrapped in a blanket of PINK® Insulation top to bottom, outside to inside.
Builder’s Guide: How to Upgrade and Differentiate Your Home with Owens Corning™ Residential Complete™ Wall Systems
The focus of this guide is on residential construction using Owens Corning™ products and systems. However, the principles and physics apply to all types of construction and many of examples and details are readily applicable to commercial, institutional construction and special use buildings.
Can daylight help close more home sales? The value of natural light is a growing factor with today's home buyer.