ASHRAE's Max Sherman says consumers focused on sustainability are helping push developers and manufacturers to generate solutions that have less environmental impact.
Consumer care of indoor air quality and indoor health will drive the development of HVAC and refrigeration products that are more efficient and sustainable.
Such events provide opportunities for those inside and outside the heating, ventilation, cooling and refrigeration industries to see the latest technology and what is coming.
A product called Cork Bricks, on display from producer Sustainable Materials at Greenbuild 2015, covers interior walls with the appeal of traditional brick but with a three-dimensional design, softer texture and warmer feeling. The application can be used in a variety of projects from offices to residential structures.
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Wherever water is at a premium, high efficiency toilets can help reduce water use.
Tankless water heaters are among the most efficient models on the market, and one company is delivering made in the USA options for homeowners.
As insulated concrete forms gain ground in the residential marketplace, contractors and installers are learning about the benefits of this building system.
An ICF building project that uses traditional lumber for door and window openings won't deliver all the benefits that it could.
One of the keys to a successful insulated concrete form project is to end up with straight and true walls, and one manufacturer has addressed that problem.
The 2008-09 recession, with its accompanying tidal wave of foreclosures, rendered many individuals and families leery about undertaking a new single-family home purchase.
Made with Accsys Technologies’ proprietary acetylation process, Accoya wood has Class 1 durability, is guaranteed for 25 years and has dimensional stability that sees swelling and shrinkage reduced by 75%.
Green or vegetative roofs add a touch of nature to a building and reduce the environmental impact on the surrounding area.
Despite some reservations in the green building community, spray foam has become one of the top options for creating a tight building envelope for better home performance.
Fueling our vehicles with clean, unlimited renewable energy, makes sense financially, environmentally and socially.