Green and sustainable upgrades like radiant heating systems and solar panels may not only help to limit the amount of energy and electricity used in a home, but they can contribute to a higher value for the residence.
A residence in Tulsa, Oklahoma, was recently completed and shortly afterwards received an LEED Platinum certification for its use of green technology including LED lighting and a radiant heating system.
The Blue Ridge Parkway Visitors Center in Ashville, North Carolina, is nestled along the mountain highway that cuts through the state.
A couple in Baraboo, Wisconsin, was able to convert their dream house into reality, as the Bruns family completed their home in the woods with a radiant heating system and three-and-a-half acres of wildlife for surroundings.
A custom-built home on the Bainbridge Island bluff in Seattle, Washington, has incorporated sustainable features and green technology like a radiant heating system.
The home of Bedford Hills, New York High School theatre teacher William Friedman was turned into a stage for a cast of local politicians who were interested in viewing the energy-efficient renovation that was done.
Bill Reynolds was one of the pioneers of green construction within the state of New Mexico, and since the real estate mogul is moving, he decided to place his radiant-heating-and-solar-panel equipped residence on the market.
The newly remodeled T.J. Day Hall at Linfield College in McMinnville, Oregon, has amazed alumni and students due to the expansive views that are offered, the installation of green technology like radiant heating and light and temperature sensors.
Binghamton University's new engineering and science building has been selected as the best Green Project of the year.
The Jean Canfield Building in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, has been awarded with a LEED Gold certification due to the many sustainable technologies that were used in order to cut energy consumption.