A new home in South Kingstown, Rhode Island, recently underwent a renovation that led to the installation of green and energy efficient products that both increased the comfort level in the residence and will help to reduce electricity costs.
A new residence in Queensbury, New York, is going to be reliant on fuel sources other than coal and gas, as the house will use solar heat to power its radiant heating system.
Amy and Iain Kerr bought a weathered old barn outside of Boston, Massachusetts in 1997, and the couple put significant effort into renovating the structure into a home complete with all of the modern amenities and technology.
A new two-bedroom, one-bathroom house in Emigration Canyon, Utah, has recently been put on the market.
A new home in Venice, California, was recently built with an adherence to both the latest design trends and sustainable technologies that are now available to homeowners.
A new modern home that features expansive views of Mount Rainier has recently been completed in Snohomish County, Washington.
Jetson Green released its list of the top 20 green building innovations of 2011, as the products that made the list all had a significant impact on the sustainable building and energy efficient sector.
The type of heating system that a homeowner chooses for their residence can have a profound impact on the energy costs that their family is responsible for, as well as the overall health and comfort of these people.
A home in Venice, California, has been built with an adherence to the style of the 1950s, but comes complete with the latest in technological advancements.
As the season of wet boots and snow-covered clothing has commenced, the need to prepare a residence for the inevitable mess that comes with winter becomes paramount for any homeowner.