Net-Zero Energy

The IKEA of Housing?
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The IKEA of Housing?

Maura McCarthy on why industry leaders should produce only net zero homes. More

Insulating Homes with Natural Sheep's Wool
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Insulating Homes with Natural Sheep's Wool

Havelock Wool is pioneering the use of unaltered sheep’s wool as an... More

Learning the Language of Home Performance with Sam Rashkin
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Learning the Language of Home Performance with Sam Rashkin

Sam Rashkin, chief architect at the Department of Energy, Office of Energy... More

Achieving Net Zero with Dow
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Achieving Net Zero with Dow

Helping builders achieve net zero is Dow’s latest initiative. Lauren Hunter stops... More

NIST Test House Counts Down to Net Zero
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Net-Zero Water Use & How to Get There

When it comes to controlling costs in operating a home, right after energy one of the top expenditures is water. This is not only an issue for homeowners; itís also an issue for cities and other communities that operate systems to deliver that water. Therefore more homes that become “net-zero” in their water usage, the better for the homeowners and the community at large. More

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Watershed Moment: 2011 Solar Decathlon Winners Watershed Moment: 2011 Solar Decathlon Winners

The University of Maryland won first place in the Solar Decathlon with its WaterShed house, which is designed to also help preserve watersheds. More

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Merit Award, Green Remodeling Over $250,000: Original Blend

Modern technology comes to bear on an 1888 home that needed an energy-efficient upgrade and more space. More

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Do the Right Thing: How to Ensure Customer Satisfaction Do the Right Thing: How to Ensure Customer Satisfaction

To help you keep your clients as happy as possible, REMODELING spoke to the industry leaders in customer satisfaction to find out how they impress their clients. More

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