Western Window Systems says its Series 670 line continues the company’s goal to “transform space.???
Turnbull Griffin Haesloop Architects designed its first certified passive house on a strict budget and learned many lessons along the way.
The Mystery Inspector was in Denver a couple of weeks ago scouting out the housing situation, and he was very pleased with what he saw.
Solar Decathlon event showcases the benefits of energy efficiency.
Utah-based builder plans expansion into markets where homeowners face high utility bills.
Homebuyers shopping in Denver’s huge Stapleton development know they’re going to get an energy-efficient home because that’s all the master developer will allow. But Wonderland Homes is betting that its continued success in Stapleton depends on not taking energy efficiency too far.
Tackle hard-to-insulate band joist spaces with a unique blown-in option.
An energy-wise cottage in the north Minnesota woods is custom yet affordable, thanks to deft use of IKEA cabinets and appliances, concrete floors, glulam beams, and bold color.
This interior wall doesn’t touch the exterior wall, so there is no need for ladder backing or wall bucks—just a continuous plane for insulation and uninterrupted drywall.
A good start to an inspection on a jobsite in southern Maryland.