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Solterre Passive House Concept Cottage
By Tom White
Vi Rapp spoke at Build It Green’s 2014 Healthy Homes Conference in Berkeley, Calif. Tom White, Home Energy publisher, spoke with her to ...
There is an unvented combustion appliance that people use every day that is often ignored
By Stacy Hunt
Existing contractors are well suited to take on the tasks of whole house energy upgrades and to advance ...
By Kevin Beck
When I first caught the home performance “bug” in 2003 I had to train myself how to ...
Florida Energy Code Revision Highlights Cost-Effectiveness of Reflective Insulation for Masonry Walls
By Paul Nutcher
Buried in 2012 technical committee reports to the Florida Building Commission are new ...
Another proud recipient of a DOE Challenge Home Builder Award is Salt Lake City, Utah-based Garbett Homes. Their ...