The growing importance of the bathroom is not being lost on the real estate sector, as designers and developers are beginning to spend a large amount of time and money on transforming this area of a home.
The push for environmentally-oriented products in the modern real estate market has increased exponentially, as homeowners and realtors are looking to incorporate green technology into homes as a way of cutting emissions.
The two themes that a Marion, Iowa shop owner was trying to adhere to during the construction of his new facility were longevity and efficiency.
Glenda and Bob Williams are quite content with their Forest Street residence in Annandale, Virginia, as the two settled into a home that combines the calmness of feng shui with the comfort of energy efficient technologies like radiant heating.
Chabot Community College in Hayward, California, recently achieved Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum certification for its sustainably-designed student center building.
Geothermal heat pumps are gaining popularity as an efficient source of heat and energy for homes.
A new senior housing lot in Norridgewock, Maine, may soon be constructed, as two residents are looking to build four one-story rental structures that would contain both green and luxury products and appliances.
Most house tours feature upscale looks as to how the 1 percent lives, but a new event in White Plains, New York will give residents a glimpse into the energy efficient technology that can both help the environment and cut electricity costs.
A new home in Everett, Washington, was recently completed, and its builder succeeded in combining expansive views of Puget Sound with an energy efficient residence that will do its part to preserve the beautiful scenes that surround it.
There are many ways to decrease the operating costs for a home, but making the right economical changes to a residence can help to limit the money that a family spends.