Choosing the right size range hood and using it well are the first part of protecting indoor air quality from cooking-related pollutants. Adequate make up air completes the system.
The pioneer of modern timber framing shows how we can build homes to last 500 years by disentangling the structure from partitions, mechanicals, and other "stuff"
A couple weeks ago we discussed windows and concluded that even the best windows are only as good as their installation. That's where we picked up in this episode.
An all-star panel offers insights into the past, present, and potentially bright future of the building industry, at least if we heed their advice
A conversation with industry insiders about window performance ratings, operation types, engineering, frame materials, and more
A look at how Peter Yost and Dave Gauthier have tested flashing- and air-sealing tapes and why you should be doing your own Wingnut Testing
In this special Independence Day episode we opened the discussion to the community and asked, how are you meeting the challenge of building better?
When we use less lumber in our walls we are not only saving a resource, and some money, we're creating more space for insulation
The swath of the US where dedicated dehumidification is needed is probably bigger than you think (and growing)
This episode tackles one of the most commonly asked building science questions on GBA and beyond
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