The Fourth Annual Green Home Tour will be held on August 20 and hosted by the Environmental and Conservation Organization.
An energy efficient house with all of the modern amenities and green technology was recently completed in Kelowna, British Columbia, as local residents have applauded the new eco-friendly Home for Learning.
Imagine living in a home that does not cost a fortune to heat. With Warmboard this can be achieved even in the coldest of climates, like Antarctica, where Warmboard is being used to heat up one of the coldest places on Earth. Unlike conventional forced air heating systems that heat an entire home, Warmboard is the ultimate comfort heating system and it’s practical. In the layout design of the Warmboard radiant sub floor, several zones are created to keep heat loss and waste to a minimum.
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.