Should the added energy efficiency and security make this the standard for high-performance entry doors?
This insulation material is popular for its high R-value and good air-sealing and vapor-blocking properties, but cost, health, and environmental concerns cause some builders to have second thoughts.
Synthetics are taking over, but the industry remains divided on a standard definition
Gone are the days of old-growth timber. But there's still good reason to use wood for siding.
From an energy standpoint, heat-pump water heaters are the best but they still struggle for a toehold in the market
How does a homebuilder or remodeler decrease the environmental footprint of concrete?
Eventually, all houses need some fixing. An epoxy repair kit can often take care of rot and other damage.
A look at the racks, rails, and clamps that keep solar panels where they are supposed to be
GBA’s technical director, a former remodeler with modest tile experience, wonders why more people aren't using polyurethane grout
If you want a roof that lasts for 50 years or more, metal is for you
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