Energy Efficiency & Building Science News
Whether building a new house or remodeling an old one, these details show proper window installation methods for ten types of exterior siding.
Realtor.com's Roman Loyola speaks with Doug McDonald, creator of the Pure House, to outline the four scientific concepts that guide the design and material decisions for his high-performance homes.
Utah House Bill 285 passed out of the House Business and Labor Committee this week, it will delay the adoption of the latest codes from three years to six years.
Johns Manville, a leading supplier of commercial roofing products, adds to its already proven SeamFree® liquid roofing line with the introduction of the SeamFree™ PMMA Liquid Membrane roofing system. T
Students at Georgia Northwestern Technical College (GNTC) are using temperature and relative humidity data loggers designed by Onset in a hands-on green construction project.
Despite the increasing size of U.S. homes, the growth in residential energy use has slowed to below the rate of household growth, meaning that per-household energy consumption has decreased.
At least 28 states are expected to see legislation and policies, aimed at managing chemicals in consumer products this year, according to analysis by the NGO, Safer States.
Triple Pundit contributor Sarah Lozanova blogs about her home in Maine's Belfast Ecovillage, a 36-unit community built to the Passive House standard.
First there was the Passivhaus concept - a home so well designed it needs virtually no additional heating - now we have the world's first Aktivhaus – A triple zero home that generates 200% more energy than it uses.