Homeowners who are looking to upgrade their heating system may want to consider looking at alternative technologies. While traditional home heating systems have served properties across the globe for decades, and delivery options like vents, baseboard units and radiators have come and been updated, there is a more effective option out there.
Often, the tale of pursuing sustainability comes from the perspective of residential or commercial property owners. However, one pair of friends are demonstrating that fellows can also work together to accomplish the dream of building eco-friendly homes.
A Montclair home is wowing potential buyers with its wide range of custom features. Located at 30 White Court, the four-bedroom house sits in the middle of a tranquil cul-de-sac.
A Lincoln Park home is demonstrating the power of a minimalist look in a small space. Brock and Liz Haldeman purchased a 25-by-125-foot city lot in 2011 and began the process of making the empty, miniscule space into a home.
Renovations to an older property have breathed new life into the oft-overlooked lane at the intersection of Dumbo and Brooklyn Heights.
A modern home in Missoula, Montana, is wowing architects and interior designers with its sleek style and innovative use of sustainable technologies.
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.