New WorldGBC report urges businesses to capitalize on economic benefits, improved occupant satisfaction
With 2018 upon us, this past year set the stage for further advancements in green and sustainable building
At least one third of single family and multifamily builders who were surveyed said that green building is a significant portion of their overall activity.
EEBA presentation to detail how thermal envelope contributes to high-performance homes
Annual event revamped with stronger focus on high-performance building
Research, testing and new codes could accelerate development of taller wooden buildings
Technology from Icynene provides technical services support to growing network of licensed installers across the United States.
Forms provide critical insulation, speed up construction process to help Holiday Inn Express capitalize on Derby business.
Available in large sizes and a variety of configurations, the door for commercial and residential applications features easy operation and simple modular installation.
ICF Builder awards showcase the advantage of building with insulated concrete forms.
New Kingspan technology, carrying a 40-year thermal performance warranty, focuses on improving the building envelope.
Builders know the devil is in the details, and window and siding sealant can help get those details right.
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.
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%.
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.
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.
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