Commercial and residential property owners want to invest in technologies and materials that are going to stand the test of time.
In the Telegraph Hill community of San Francisco, new homes are being built with improved features to meet the needs of tech professionals. The San Francisco Chronicle reported that tech professionals are looking for a unique combination of features, which is spurring on the development of new construction projects and community planning.
The perception of the dingy, small modular home populating a trailer park in a rural community has long been an image in many people's minds.
Homeowners across the United States are looking to decrease the burden of paying for pricey utility bills every month. In the winter, heating costs can create stress among many families as they try and juggle the expense.
So, you've decided that a radiant floor heating system is the right answer for you.
Regardless whether a property owner is looking to remodel his or her personal home or a commercial structure, often they are interested in installing high-quality materials and technologies.
A new home in the highly desired neighborhood of Tiburon is wowing almost everyone who gets a glimpse of its modern style.
For the everyday homeowner, sometimes there are certain obvious inclusions in a home's design. You want hardwood floors in the common areas, granite countertops in the kitchen and double sinks in the master bathroom. However, do you think these expectations of quality should also extend to the utility systems in your home as well?
Advancements in solar panel technology and the increasing popularity of radiant floor heating are having an impact on the residential and commercial real estate market. For some property owners, the lure of the two technologies is the environment and for others its the increased operational cost savings.
Researchers at Cornell University are working on making lettuce a viable winter crop in the northern portion of the United States.