Learn about the beautiful, energy efficient exterior doors that come with new construction homes.
There are many window options out there, including some that offer resistance to weather-related events.
Buying a green home means buying smart. Energy efficient homes save homeowners money and help save the planet.
Interest in green building and sustainability is increasing as more homebuyers look to save money and resources.
NewHomeSource explores green roofs, an innovative green building technique that transforms your home into a eco friendly paradise.
Tim Costello explores what’s next for homebuyers looking to conserve water, save money, and help the planet.
NewHomeSource has five tips to reduce water usage in your landscaping, so you can save money and the planet.
There are a number of ways that homeowners can make their new construction homes even more energy efficient to save money and the planet.
If you’re looking to build a green home, you need to find the right builder. Here are eight questions you should ask potential green builders.
Do you know what your new home is made of? Knowing about the exterior materials that make up your home means you can have a more durable and efficient home.
Today’s homebuilders are looking for ways to improve indoor air quality so their homeowners can enjoy a higher quality of life.
NewHomeSource sits down with Jonathan Passe, director of EnergyStar Residential Programs to explain what goes into an EnergyStar certified home.
NewHomeSource has some ideas about window treatments that look fabulous and can lower your energy bills!
Incandescent, CFL or LED lighting for your new home? The benefits of LED lighting over the other two can make it the best choice for your new home’s lighting fixtures.
If you’re building your new home in a hot climate, you need to take some considerations in the design and construction of the house.
New construction homes often have green features that don’t come in used houses. NewHomeSource explores 10 common green features in new houses.
Manufactured homes have undergone changes that make them more energy efficient; and more changes are to come.
For the eco-friendly tech fans, there are plenty of ways your home can be more efficient with a few upgrades. Here are a few ideas to get you started.
When you build a custom home, it’s a great opportunity to design and build a home that is as eco-friendly and energy efficient as it is luxurious. NewHomeSource breaks down how to build a green custom home.
If you want the kind of lawn that wins best yard awards, you should consider nourishing it with homemade compost.
It’s important to know what makes something “green.” To ensure that products and homes are eco-friendly, builders rely on ratings from a number of certification programs.
LivingHomes’ groundbreaking factory is the nation’s first prefabricated home factory dedicated to sustainability.
If you’re looking for a way to go green in your new home’s garden you should explore installing a rain garden in your backyard.
The first passive home in Texas, located in northwest Dallas, was built by Fagan Partners and is is a two-story spec home of 3,230 sq. ft.
Today’s new homes are engineered to perform, with many highly engineered systems designed to work together.
Learn the types of light bulbs you can use in your new home. The different types of light bulbs can impact the efficiency of your new home.
There are over 80 green home certification programs available to homeowners, learn what they can mean and find the right one for your new home.
Zero energy home designs have gone mainstream in the homebuilding industry, making owning an energy-efficient home more attainable than ever.
A net zero home produces as much energy as it consumes, which means energy bills for the year come out to roughly $0.
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.