Green projects, like energy efficient window replacement, are expected to double over the next five years.
When it comes to improving the outside of the home, personalizing with color and design tops the charts on buyers’ most-wanted lists.
An ICF building project that uses traditional lumber for door and window openings won't deliver all the benefits that it could.
Moreland on Trapp, a beautiful, architectural dream of a home located in Miami, Fla., recently earned LEED Platinum for Homes status, due in part to the use of high-performance windows and doors throughout the structure.
Homeowners want to blur the lines between indoor and outdoor living, but large sliding doors have not always been the most energy-efficient option.
Most people spend up to 90 percent of their time indoors, so an easy way to bring fresh air indoors is welcome addition to a home.
As part of the building strategy to a tight building envelope, high performance windows play a key role in the Proud Green Home of St. Louis.
Made with Accsys Technologies’ proprietary acetylation process, Accoya wood has Class 1 durability, is guaranteed for 25 years and has dimensional stability that sees swelling and shrinkage reduced by 75%.
Windows are a big part of a home's performance, but the materials they're made of matter, too.
For home that blurs the line between indoor and outdoor living, folding glass walls create an easy-to-use solution that can fit into any style.
The Proud Green Home of St. Louis will host an open house with separate events for building professionals and consumers on Feb. 20 and 21, 2015 at the home outside of St. Louis.
As smart home technology matures, more products are coming to market that put homeowners in control of lights, appliances and home comfort.
The analytics tell us that readers found these stories of green building achievement to be the most compelling for the year.
Take a look back at some of the most popular video content for 2014 on ProudGreenhome.com, featuring the latest techniques and technology to help satisfy the hunger for knowledge regarding creating high performance homes.
For those who are seeking to integrate green technology into their home or business, energy efficient windows are a great starting point and preliminary step.
While insulating walls is a key factor in energy savings, shutters and sun screens can function as dynamic insulation to help make your home more comfortable and save energy.
Like homeowners, people who own and operate small businesses are always looking for ways to boost productivity, save time, and cut costs.
Although homeowners might be intrigued by high-tech devices, they're ultimately looking for daylighting solutions that bring more comfort to their home.
With the right windows, sunlight can be transformed from problem into an asset by designing windows to manage heat and light.
Before the drywall goes up and this green home's high performance systems are hidden, go behind the scenes of the Proud Green Home of St. Louis.