A new energy-efficiency law could end up saving Vermonters hundreds of millions of dollars. The bill signed by Gov. Phil Scott sets 16 separate efficiency standards for products ranging from computer monitors to commercial deep fryers and fluorescent bulbs, reports...
The terms “green” and “sustainable” both describe more efficient, environmentally-responsible ways of using resources in the construction industry. In the past, only specialty builders marketed themselves as green. Now, around one-third of the U.S.
Finding ways to actually help to cut down your water usage and monthly bills is harder than you’d think.
Combining Niagara’s patented Stealth Technology with a smaller footprint, the new Nano toilet uses an average of only .6 GPF.
With the Shutoff Valve, homeowners can have peace of mind.
Having your bathroom remodeled may appear to be daunting, but contractors can create a fully customized bathroom with minimal difficulty in as little as one day.
Ten percent of homes have undetected leaks that waste 90 gallons of water or more per household each day.
The condensing technology segment is anticipated to register the fastest growth.
Everyone knows that they shouldn't drink contaminated water, but what about bathing in it?
The first-ever smart home water treatment systems will revolutionize the way people drink water at home.
The easy-to-use and immensely practical GROHE Foot Control Technology allows users to switch the water flow on and off with a tap of the foot.
The Consumer Technology Association recently recognized the Greentherm 9900i SE model as a CES 2017 Innovation Awards Honoree.
With holiday guests arriving soon, homeowners should prepare their homes for a high volume of people within their homes during the cold holiday season.
The once-foreign method of cleaning one's behind with waters becoming a common practice in modern American bathrooms.
Like a printer spraying ink on a page, IrriGreen ‘prints’ water in controlled patterns that keep grass uniformly green and save water.
Unknown leaks can cause damage or lead to mold and mildew in a home.
A common way people like to improve their home’s energy efficiency is by purchasing Energy Star appliances. These new additions will cut energy use and cost while providing tax breaks, making it easy to see why they are so popular.
The April/May issue of AARP The Magazine discusses 9 home upgrades that increase the value of your home the most. Here's a look at the best places to invest in your home. If you're like many people 50 or older, your biggest asset may not be your 401(k) or IRA.
In the era of smart homes with private spas, consumers, designers and tradespeople are interested in products offering the greatest level of comfort and convenience and yet lowest possible energy consumption. In the future, these and other relevant product features...
Many people are looking to live a more sustainable lifestyle, but don’t have the resources for large investments such as solar panels or a geothermal heating system. Many people are overwhelmed by the enormous challenges our environment is facing.