Green Materials

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Books: Traditional Style and Sustainable Homes

Two new books offer insight on green building and traditional details. More

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Trends in Green Flooring

Cork, FSC-certified wood, and linoleum are popular flooring options with consumers seeking sustainable flooring materials. More

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Market Vision ó Green Consumer Trends

A review of consumer patterns and the market for sustainable products. More

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Merit Award, Green Remodeling: Forward Tradition

This award winner shows that green building principles can be successfully incorporated into a traditional-style home. More

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GAF Acquires Correct Building Products

The exterior products company expands its GAF Decking Systems business with the acquisition. More

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CMI CraftMaster Green Doors

Made with sustainable materials, low-VOC primers and adhesives, and no added urea formaldehyde, new CraftMaster Green Doors are available in all CraftMaster raised-panel, molded door designs. More

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Reader Panel: What Does Green Mean to Your Company?

Most remodelers identify their companies as 'moderately green.' Find out more about what that means. More

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Roofing: Tax credits can offset upgrades to energy-efficient metal and asphalt roofs

Tax credits can offset upgrades to energy-efficient metal and asphalt roofs. More

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National and Regional Green Certification Programs

As consumer interest in sustainable building grows, so does the number of national and local green certification, training, and accreditation programs. Here's a guide to what's on offer. More

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Hiccup in Tax Credits for Energy Savings

Congress extends tax credits for energy-saving home improvements, but 2008 upgrades will not be eligible. More

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