Boise City-Nampa, ID

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Utilities Try Time-of-Day Rates to Curb Costs … and Use?

Offering rate options benefits the grid and the customer. More

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Where Are New-Home Sizes Going?

Much has been made of the death of the McMansion, but new trends are questioning whether that pronouncement was made too early. More

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Healthiest Housing Markets for 2011

The BUILDER Market Health Index points to much better prospects for 2011. More

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Product Review: Heat-Recovery Ventilators & Energy-Recovery Ventilators

Starting in 2011, all new homes built to comply with the federal Energy Star Qualified Homes standard—perhaps 200,000 units if the NAHB’s forecast for that year holds true—will be required to provide an adequate amount of controlled, fresh-air ventilation as part of a comprehensive energy conservation and indoor air quality goal. More

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Meridian, Idaho

Once bucolic dairy land, Meridian has become Idaho's third-largest city and a thriving business hub, thanks to a corridor approach to development. More

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Windermere on the Lake Takes a Holistic Approach to Sustainable Development

Stamford, Conn., luxury development sets a higher bar for community planning and resource efficiency. More

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VOC-free paints and natural paints provide eco-friendly options with comparable performance

Natural and VOC-free paints are gaining ground as Earth-friendly options that deliver comparable performance to conventional coatings. More

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Geothermal heating and cooling systems are a viable alternative to traditional HVAC

Geothermal heating and cooling systems are earning their reputations as a viable alternative to traditional HVAC. More


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