Today’s builders, architectural designers and building owners face increasing demands to control growing noise levels within residential and commercial buildings.
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An industrial hygienist explains the ramifications of exposure to formaldehyde and how to minimize its use in homes across the country.
As consumers become more aware of how the built environment affects occupants, what can home builders do to cater to this growing demand?
Some energy-saving ideas from the 1970's are much more viable now, thanks to new products and systems. Here's a look at three "old school" technologies that make perfect sense for modern construction.
From radon mitigation and proper ventilation to moisture control, some strategies are often overlooked in builders' battle for superior indoor air quality.
Noise. It's hard to escape it. No wonder it's such a high-value consideration with more and more home buyers. Many factors go into the comfort and livability of the homes you build. Find out what steps acoustic-smart home builders are taking to enhance their properties.
With fully instrumented test homes in four states and more than 80 production home installations to date, this innovative unvented attic system is meeting builders' needs for safe, affordable, proven performance.
Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) entered the residential building industry as both an insulation and air-sealing solution. Air sealing, along with proper thermal insulation, is an important part of delivering a comfortable, durable, healthy and energy efficient home.