The use of radiant heating in architecture isn't a new development in the industry, with Frank Lloyd Wright incorporating the technology in some of his homes during the 1960s.
A modern structure in the middle of Mill Valley has recently been put up for sale. Blending both sleek design and natural elements, this structure allows a homeowner to drink his or her coffee in the morning and look out to Mt. Tamalpais and the skyline of San Francisco.
For potential homebuyers who are on the lookout for a new house near downtown Minneapolis, but not in the bustle of the city there is a solution.
Homebuyers searching the Chicago housing market for a luxury property in an in-demand community may want to consider taking a trip to Lincoln Park.
Fall is quickly approaching and for most home and business owners in the United States that means that cooler temperatures are on their way. Frost will begin to coat the ground outside and chilled air will greet a person as they walk out their front door each day.
Nestled in the woodland community of Wayland, Massachusetts, is a four-bedroom home that has recently been listed for sale. The Cape-style home includes a number of modern amenities despite its rustic, traditional outward appearance.
Not every Victorian gets a new lease on life with modern updates, but one in the coveted neighborhood of Glen Park in San Francisco is gleaming under new light emitting diodes.
The Riverdale Terrace Waterfront Retirement Residence is finally opening after much fan fare.
A new Vancouver home in the sought-after community of Dunbar has been listed for sale. National Post reported that the luxury home is just blocks from Pacific Spirit Park in Westside.
Are you tired of walking on cold floors or high heating bills? There's a single technology available for homeowners that can solve both problems. A radiant floor heating system is both a luxurious and practical solution for the average homeowner.