Product can be used to track use in multiple locations.
High-performance windows are entering the main stream market as builders look for help to meet tougher energy codes.
New Kingspan technology, carrying a 40-year thermal performance warranty, focuses on improving the building envelope.
Tips to keep from experiencing frozen pipes, damaged walls and other potential problems.
A product called Cork Bricks, on display from producer Sustainable Materials at Greenbuild 2015, covers interior walls with the appeal of traditional brick but with a three-dimensional design, softer texture and warmer feeling. The application can be used in a variety of projects from offices to residential structures.
As building codes come to adopt exterior continuous insulation requirements, new options with familiar products are entering the marketplace.
Equipment are programmable and can be controlled through smart phones to boost efficiency.
With room temperatures and noise among the top hotel guest complaints, units engineered to provide less obtrusion and added reliability.
As more building codes call for whole house ventilation, a new fan system makes it easier to create supply or balanced ventilation system in a single or multifamily home.
As part of the EPA's Clean Power Plan, Bosch Thermotechnology will continue its outreach to school districts in low income and extreme climate areas.
A portable heat pump offers temporary HVAC for multi-family and commercial uses where flexibility and portability matter.
One of the major challenges in renovating the historic Chicago Motor Club was selecting an HVAC system that could withstand Chicago's winters and preserve the historic character of the building.
As insulated concrete forms gain ground in the residential marketplace, contractors and installers are learning about the benefits of this building system.
An ICF building project that uses traditional lumber for door and window openings won't deliver all the benefits that it could.
The 2008-09 recession, with its accompanying tidal wave of foreclosures, rendered many individuals and families leery about undertaking a new single-family home purchase.
Despite some reservations in the green building community, spray foam has become one of the top options for creating a tight building envelope for better home performance.
Recent studies indicate that buildings with a high level of wood content have a positive physiological impact on the human nervous system.