If you've never heard of the tiny house movement, here's the inside scoop on this unique way of living.
Radiant heaters are already efficient, but they can burn even cleaner by feeding them wood chips instead of oil.
Radiant heat heats buildings all around the world and sometimes they don't even need floor heaters to do it.
Smaller homes are gaining popularity, bringing their benefits with them.
Every little bit counts, especially when it comes to saving the environment.
Radiant heating has the ability to change the world by easing dependence on costly fossil fuels and making everyone more comfortable.
Colleges have become increasingly focused on creating green initiatives within their operations, whether they're installing solar panels on buildings' roofs or sending students forth in the community to plant trees in local parks.
A growing number of companies have searched for ways to become more eco-friendly in their day-to-day operations.
Installing radiant heat is beneficial for all living things, whether homeowners are looking for structures with more comfortable temperatures or farmers are seeking to create buildings that will better sustain plant life.
When building structures for the nation's youngest minds, it's imperative to choose the best-quality installations for the new structures.