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Once builders learn there's a way to build a better building, there's no turning back.
Commercial builders are seeing the advantages of building with insulated concrete forms, including faster build times and lower labor requirements.
Huber uses collaboration to increase relevancy in industry
While many municipalities are still using the 2009 Energy Codes, the 2018 editions are under preparation for use in the residential building industry.
EEBA summit provides chance for builders to learn, share ideas
'Whatever you build, they will buy'
EPA uses EEBA to create synergy with those in green building industry
Builders use event to share ideas, learn new strategies
Focusing on 'details,' developing sales staff key to success
Experts offer strategies for selling high-performance structures
Energy modeling among strategies for builders to help customers, based on their budgets, determine best expenditures
Energy Efficiency Day, which is Oct. 5, is a collaborative effort between regional and national organizations, business, utilities and individuals working to promote energy efficiency: the cheapest, quickest way to meet our energy needs, cut consumer bills and reduce pollution....
EEBA presentation to detail how thermal envelope contributes to high-performance homes
One panel discussion will feature professionals from the greater Atlanta market, one of the hotbeds for sustainable development and home building.
Organizers: Eliminating annual expo in favor of one-on-one meetings enables participants to learn from each other about high-performance development.
PechaKucha looks to spur ideas through 'electric' approach
Annual event revamped with stronger focus on high-performance building
Annual conference and expo to highlight strategies, education sessions and networking for those focused on energy efficient and sustainable building
There's still time to register for the 2016 EEBA Conference & Expo, Sept. 27-29 in Frisco, Texas.
A high performance home starts from the ground up. Keeping water and air out of the places it doesn't belong in the home's envelope goes a long way to make the home more durable and comfortable, not to mention more efficient.