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Building Products that Promote Allergy Relief

These nine home solutions were designed to detect, combat, or eliminate airborne... More

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Case Study: Builder Concept Home 2011

Built by production giant KB Home and finished by lifestyle guru Martha Stewart, the Builder Concept Home 2011 is a model of how to build and sell green in today’s economy. More

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BUILDER's Concept Home 2011

KB Home builds a net-zero residence for average Americans with the Martha Stewart touch. More

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The New American Home 2011

For the first time in its 28-year history, The New American Home had a homeowner attached from the start. More

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Solar-Powered Attic Ventilator From Broan

Broan. Unlike traditional thermostatically controlled attic ventilators, the Solar-Powered Attic Ventilator activates first thing in the morning to remove overnight moisture before heat builds up. A 20-watt PV panel powers the unit and can be mounted away from the ventilator for optimal positioning. The unit can ventilate up to 1,600 square feet of space. 800.558.1711. More

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New + Notable Summer 2010

15 New products for sustainable homes, including low-flow faucets, an alternative-energy management system, and a geothermal heat pump. More

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Auto-Sensing Fan From Broan NuTone

Broan-NuTone. The company’s recessed fan/lights now include a sensor that turns the fan on when it senses a quick rise in humidity then turns it off automatically. The Energy Star–rated unit looks like a traditional recessed light, but contains a concealed 70-cfm ventilation fan that operates at 1.5 sones. The auto shut-off feature is adjustable from five to 60 minutes or can be operated manually. The fan is UL-listed for use over the tub or shower. 800.558.1711. More

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New + Notable Green Building Products

A selection of 15 sustainable products for sustainable homes, including efficient clothes washers, reclaimed wood flooring, and an energy monitoring system for appliances. More

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Bathroom Fans

In an ideal world, all homeowners would have the interest and resources to purchase zero-energy homes that not only dramatically reduce their utility bills but also give energy back to the power grid. Although zero-energy homes are not an option for most folks, super-efficient technologies are. More

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