Looking to lower your costly energy bills? Here are the top eight ways to make your manufactured home more energy efficient.
Learn more about passive homes, and how you can design and build an energy efficient home that saves you money and reduces your carbon footprint.
Solar lighting offers a money-saving method for lighting both indoor and outdoor spaces in new homes located in sunny regions.
A washing machine that will save you time and money is a laundry room essential. Check out our tips for finding the ultimate washing machine for your home!
Greenery is a great way to step up your home decor. Here are some of the best low maintenance plants for any homeowner to enjoy – no green thumb required!
Rural homes are not always the most energy efficient. But we have 8 ways you can transform your rural home into a model of energy efficiency.
Energy efficiency is a confusing topic for most. Check out our list of buzzwords related to energy efficiency that all homeowners should know.
We break down energy efficient flooring options, and how new homeowners can save money on their utilities by with the right kind of flooring.
Homeowners looking to go green and save money on energy cost should explore these energy efficient roofing choices for their new home.
If you’re moving from the city to the country, you’ll want to make sure all your basic needs are met, including electricity. Or, if you are considering going green in your new rural residence, learning about clean energy solutions such as solar and wind will give you an idea of your rural power options.
An important part of healthy living is a healthy home. Today, builders are using innovative materials and design features to benefit the health and well-being of homeowners.
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.
By now, you know that recycling can help save valuable resources. But, here are six surprising household items that can be recycled.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.