High-Performance Building

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Milwaukee 160x120 Thermal Imager

Get a standard image and a thermal image with every snap of the 160x120 Thermal Imager from Milwaukee. More

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Advanced Building Technologies Require Attention to Detail

ED VOYTOVICH on the need for proper processes and attention to detail if remodelers are going to have success with modern building technologies. More

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Giving the Green Light: A Remodeler Uses His Own Home as a Green Test Case

A remodeler uses his own home to train himself and his crew in specific green practices so he can better inform clients. More

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Water Efficient Homes Go Beyond Low-Flow Fixtures

High-efficiency toilets and faucets are important, but real water savings comes from rethinking water delivery. More

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Developing Green: A Team Approach to Enhanced Energy Efficiency

Creating a green remodeling template and educating developers so they can use that template in remodeling projects. More

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Science and Building: Fully Integrating Building Science Into Remodeling

CARL SEVILLE: Rather than being an afterthought or sideline to a remodeling project, building science should be integral to every remodel, right from the beginning of the process. More

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Old Saws: Building Science and Remodeling

Building performance may be the most important component of a good remodel. Ed... More

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Power Windows: High-Performance Photovoltaic Glass Units

Pythagoras Solar's photovoltaic glass units combine low-E selective glass with integral PV cells and optics. More

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Green From the Start: Steps to Sustainable Remodeling

CARL SEVILLE: It takes only a bit of extra effort to create a truly sustainable remodel. And that effort is worth it, both in terms of client satisfaction and the benefit to the environment. More

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Shades of Green: Green Design Is a Combination of Building Science and Product Choices

Two designers talk about the ways they share "green" ideas with clients. More

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