Homeowners seeking to reduce their utility expenses or reduce the carbon footprint associated with their house may want to consider including a number of modern technologies into their properties' design.
The students at the University of California, Riverside will soon enjoy the benefits of a new recreation center.
Even celebrities are focused on reducing the carbon footprint of their lavish lifestyles by outfitting properties with the latest in energy efficient technology.
One family in South Deerfield, Massachusetts, has retrofitted a home with the latest in energy-efficient technologies in an effort to reduce the carbon footprint associated with the property.
The residential housing market is going green. Echo Homes Magazine reports that green homes comprised of 17 percent of the overall residential construction market in 2011.
Every winter homeowners are forced to wonder what that burning smell is.
Many Americans are looking to improve the energy efficiency of their home.
The benefits of energy efficient technology and projects has been expressed by people across a number of industries, but a recent conference in Manhattan, Kansas, has attracted leaders to speak to the advantages of green and sustainable products in buildings and homes across the state.
Driving through a neighborhood in America may allow an onlooker to notice the increasingly popular use of rooftop solar panels by homeowners, a practice which has gained momentum because of the many cost-saving benefits posed by these products and similar energy efficient technology.
There are a number of different designs for new homes, but with an eye toward sustainability and cost control, a number of potential owners are hoping that a past trend is going to come back into popularity.