This roundup of more than 30 shipping container homes shows off the best of the best across the USA!
If you’re contemplating purchasing a shipping container home, this comparison guide with pros and cons will help.
Pressure washing your Florida driveway can keep it in tip-top condition for a long time. This guide will tell you precisely how it’s done.
If you’re a realtor chasing after your GREEN Designation, you’ll learn how to earn it ahead!
The AI Green Addendum is a property appraisal that assesses how green your property is. Although you pay out-of-pocket to do it, the results can pay back dividends.
The GREEN Designation equips realtors with the knowledge to sell more green homes. Keep reading to learn more about the program, along with details if you’re looking into getting the certification yourself.
When a hurricane blows through the area, you need to know what your insurance covers and what it does. This guide will tell you.
Electric water heaters are notorious for needing the rewiring to provide a 240-volt outlet capable of powering them. Not only is this bad for the environment, but it is also a hassle to install and costs a lot to run. Thankfully, new developments in water heater technology are changing this—they’re called heat pump water heaters.
Passive homes are quickly becoming some of the most popular house models in the US. These buildings optimize thermal insulation while improving ambient air quality and reducing monthly energy bills. However, passive building certifications are pretty rare, so how can you find a passive builder for your house?
Hurricanes are powerful natural weather events, and it can be frightening to try and prepare for the worst. However, there are some smart choices you can make to establish a hurricane-proof house that can withstand the strong winds and weather conditions that a hurricane brings.
Architectural trends do not always revolve around the newest ideas. Instead, they occasionally bring back the past by reviving ancient techniques with improved technology. An example of such a trend is using charred wood (Shou Sugi Ban).
Manufactured homes have features that can withstand hurricanes. However, you can add extra protection to make your home even more hurricane-resistant.