Builders and architects are looking at ways to make new homes more resilient; that is, so they are built to help stand up to natural and man-made disasters through various building techniques.
Smart Homes & Technology
Today’s new homes are engineered to perform, with many highly engineered systems designed to work together.
Connecting with our homes will be changed by voice control seen in many of today’s smart home products such as virtual assistants Google Home and Amazon Alexa.
Many home builders offer a slew of energy-efficient upgrades to choose from. Opting for these upgrades can help save the environment – and your wallet.
Want to step up your bedroom game with some high-tech features? Here are some ideas and products to help you get you started.
Looking to upgrade your kitchen? We’ve got some ideas and products to spark some inspiration.
When it comes to maintaining your newly built home, you have plenty of tasks to keep track of. But home-related apps can help. NewHomeSource looks at 10 of the best apps to help manage your new home.
Explore some of the exciting, cutting edge technology now found in the homebuilding industry like AI, VR, and 3D renderings.
Bringing smart home features into the bathroom means designing a serene and peaceful retreat in your new home.
Protect the investment you make in your home by designing a fire resistant house with these nine tips for fire resistant building from NewHomeSource.
When you first walk into the KB Home ProjeKt concept house in Las Vegas, Nevada, what’s most remarkable about the layout is how the foyer seamlessly leads into the combined kitchen, dining area and great room that overlook the outdoor space. It’s not until you sit down and settle in that you realize how comfortable …
Technology to improve safety and wellbeing in homes is developing at a rapid pace. Read more to learn about how the latest technology is changing lives.
With tech features in homes becoming common, homebuilders take a close look at the customer experience and providing support for new home owners.
Learn about how a balance of structured wiring and wireless connection can help you use your smart home devices to their maximum potential.
Description/Excerpt: Eco-friendly home design is not only great for the environment, but also your wallet. Explore how sustainable designs can save you money long term.
If you want a totally eco-friendly home, consider building one that’s LEED-certified. But what is LEED certification and how do you get it? Follow our LEED certification guide to find out.
Moving up to a home that generates as much energy as it consumes can free you from the drudgery of monthly utility bills.
Today’s bathroom design trends embrace technology, practicality, & plenty of wow factors. Let’s look at bathroom trends you’ll see in new homes soon.
The Google Home Hub initiative connects utility companies with homeowners, creating opportunities to cut energy costs. Here’s how you can get involved.
Choosing the right smart home hub for your new home isn’t an easy decision, but we’ve done the research to help you narrow it down based on your budget and level of tech know-how.
KB Home’s new concept home — KB ProjeKt Home — combines sustainable design and new building technologies for an unprecedented living experience.
Architects & builders frquently use VR to help clients visualize a custom home. Here’s how this technology helps turn that dream home into the real thing.
As smart home features increase in popularity, new home builders are starting to include such products as standard features — and their actions are following consumer demand for safety and security.
Smart home technology, from security systems to water sensors, has become part of everyday life so it’s no surprise that home insurance carriers are taking notice. And that could mean potential savings on your insurance.
Each month, my husband and I prepare ourselves for the shock that will inevitably come from opening our utility bill: Will it be reasonable? Will we be able to go out to eat this month? Did we unplug the TV each night? Why is our bill so high? Enter Bidgely’s HomeBeat Energy Monitor, an energy …
Smart homes – what exactly does that mean? A smart home can include a variety of things, including home automation, energy management and home security systems. These systems can be controlled through a laptop or smartphone to help make it easier to maintain your home. At the TecHome Builder Summit, held in Austin, Texas, last …