Partners in Success: Palo Duro – Achieving High Performance Homes in the Desert
Tag: Smart Home
How do and how will builders and architects create better disciplines and practices around discovery of what people expect in their new homes?
Quail Homes Builds a Smarter Home in the Pacific Northwest.
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.
Building science is an integral part of what builders use today as tools to achieve a better performance building. To achieve a better performance building, builders understand the value of building science because building science will help them get the targets that building codes are requiring them to achieve today.
The technology is ready, but out-of-sync codes are blocking potential water reuse in homes and apartments.
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.
Whether it’s location, orientation, climate zone, design, size or occupant, every home requires a different formula.
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™.