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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
Shawna Henderson, reporting from way out here on the edge of the world. Well, from Nova Scotia, Canada, ...
Recently, I attended a panel on the future of affordable housing. While the focus of the panel was ...
By Rob Nicely
We consider ourselves lucky because we have clients who not only want to incorporate sustainable building practices into ...
By Sam Rashkin
Today’s housing market is incredibly competitive. Constructing homes that sell and that continue to delight homeowners ...