How Will Joaquin Compare to Superstorm Sandy or Hurricane Isabel?
Questions have been raised about the similarity to Joaquin with other recent hurricane strikes in the mid-Atlantic states.
Millennial Buyers Expect Energy Savings
Young consumers understand how sustainable construction can impact their carbon...
Study: Homes with Skylights Use Less Energy
Homes with skylights experience lower energy costs, as well as better indoor air...
Solar Groups At Odds Over Tax Credit Strategy
Solar advocates fear that next year's scheduled end of the federal tax credit for...
The Super Cool ‘Disappearing’ Pool
Originally designed for commercial settings, movable floors that conceal swimming...
The World's First 3D Printed Hotel Suite
Lewis Yakich, a US material science engineer, has recently erected the first 3D printed hotel suite at the Lewis Grand Hotel in the Phillipines.
First UPC-Certified Graywater Diverter for Residential Use Now Available
The new product enables homeowners in drought-stricken states to significantly...
2015 Hanley Award Goes to Gail Vittori
The co-director of the Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems in Austin,...
Don't Pay for Failure
Builders need to spend a little to make a lot more, says BUILDER blogger Glenn...
New Patent Awarded to Green SIPs
SIPs are known for being a sturdy building material that have proven their worth in hurricanes, but a University of Colorado Denver professor just patented a green version of the material called BioSIPs.