When a house is like a car & answers to other frequently asked questions

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When you have a full team, including a designer, each person focuses on their strengths and areas of expertise. With more engagement, more personalized service and more personalized results, you will be happier with your choices and your house will feel more like your home.

Tesla Solar Roof Tiles Now Available For Sale

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Different styles of solar tiles are available such as Tuscan glass tile, Slate glass tile, Textured glass tile, and Smooth glass tile.

Game Changer: Innovative Bathing Product for 2017

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unique technology reduces the noise and vibration associated with standard Whirlpool baths by up to 66%, giving the user a truly relaxing hydrotherapy experience.

New Study Reveals America’s Laundry Habits

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Maytag partnered with Omnibus Research to survey Americans to uncover some interesting stats around how we approach laundry day.

How do You Teach Adults to Save Energy? Through their Children

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A new study published in Nature Energy takes a look at the role of children influencing their parents to engage in energy-saving actions.

LED Home Lighting: Beautiful Alternative Lighting for the Discerning Home Decorator

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LED lighting has many features that appeal to smart people who want quality, efficient, long-lasting lighting.

How a LEED Certified Home Benefits Owners

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LEED certification of a home brings many benefits to owners for equal or lower cost than regular construction.

Value and Return on Investment for Homes That are Eco-Friendly

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While the payback period for the above products is short and the improvements relatively low-cost, outfitting your new home, or retrofitting your old home, will see paybacks for most sustainable options between under one year to as long as ten years.

Homebuilders look to create more high-performance homes for people

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Today’s progressive builders are looking beyond code to create true high-performance structures for their homebuyers.

Sensible Green – Eco-Friendly Contruction from a Builder’s Viewpoint

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I received this article from a local builder, Cullum Homes, and just really appreciated the sensible ideas and approach they take, so I thought I would share it with you.  I hope you will let me know what you think. Sensible Green Sustainable construction is nothing mysterious. Its most important aspects are some of the […]