Energy savings--everyone wants it, but not every homeowner implements energy savings practices to achieve it.
Technological practices are advancing every year, making energy efficiency an attainable goal for every home.Read More
LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) was spearheaded by senior scientist Robert K. Watson and has evolved over the years to become a symbol of sustainability achievement.Read More
Manufacturers, from kids' toys to windows, follow stringent regulatory guidelines to ensure workplace safety, product quality and consistency.
The certifications available are endless when it comes to enhancing and proving that your product and company cause minimal, if any, harm to the environment and give back to the community.Read More
Most building professionals understand the impact and importance of using quality, high-performance materials.
Energy efficient appliances and installations are in high demand because they’re designed to reduce energy bills, improve residential comfort, and are better for the environment.Read More
Florida summers are inevitably hot and humid. Many residents enjoy the warmer weather outside but don’t enjoy the heat in their home.
That’s why homeowners find energy efficient windows most beneficial. According to EnergyStar.gov, “Heat gain and heat loss through windows are responsible for 25%–30% of residential heating and cooling energy use.”Read More
Summer heat and chilly winters can take a toll on your energy bills and leave you researching best practices to save money and energy.Read More
Design, whether it’s fashion, interior, architecture or technology, is never constant.Read More
Spring inspires home improvement and renovation projects. With so many ways to improve your home and increase your home’s value, it can be a nail biter finding ways to avoid going over budget.
If only life went perfectly as planned! You start a home improvement project only to find several things along the way that need to be fixed which can exceed your budget with little to show for it.Read More
Building a home isn’t as easy as stacking legos. Professionals have to carefully research and select the appropriate materials and installations that satisfy several Florida regulations, including Florida Building and Energy Codes as well as varying other local requirements.
There is a minimum of two ways to comply with Florida Energy Code, prescriptive and performance.Read More
Increasing your home’s value isn’t as easy as seen on TV or Pinterest posts; it can be an exciting and overwhelming undertaking. There are several factors and a variety of materials and products to select that give you the maximum return on your investment.
There is a fine line between upgrading your installations for increased resale value and investing in upgrades that leave you with little to no lasting ROI.Read More