The Cottages at Cypress
A Net Zero Energy Low-Income Senior Housing Development
Builder education takes many forms. One of the most effective ways for builders to learn new techniques is to walk a construction site ask questions. When the site turns into a home where residents feel comfortable and save money, the students use the techniques they learned. [continue reading]
Making energy efficiency improvements in a tract home development isn't easy. Not only does the builder have to know how any changes will affect all of the house systems, but all of the subcontractors have to be re-educated. [continue reading]
Feeling victorious in the war on cigarettes, state affiliates of the American Lung Association (ALA) are taking on indoor air pollution. [continue reading]
On a balmy Saturday morning last August in Sedro-Wooley, Washington, a group of volunteers and construction professionals set out to build a house, and finish before game time on Sunday. They would use structural insulated panels (SIPs), a 45-year-old method and material that most builders still view with skepticism. [continue reading]
HUD-code manufactured housing is one of the fastest growing types of housing and one of the most affordable. [continue reading]
I always find tiny homes to be very charming, and Corbett and Grace Lunsford’s was no exception.
As global concern about energy consumption, greenhouse gas emissions and depletion of non-renewable resources continues to rise, more and more ...