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  • SEPA Issues Solar Challenge

    The Solar Electric Power Association, Washington, D.C., has issued a challenge to the U.S. electric utility and solar industries to collaborate to meet solar-electric growth forecasts despite a struggling global economy.

  • Building Product Picks From the International Builders' Show

    More product selections from the International Builders’ Show in Las Vegas.

  • Green Building Going Strong

    Market studies suggest that interest in green homes—from pros and buyers alike—continues to climb.

  • How to Evaluate Green Building Products

    Legal experts offer guidelines to researching product claims and protecting your business from litigation.

  • Builders' Show Product Picks, Day 3

    More product finds from the International Builders' Show in Las Vegas.

  • Three kitchen designers tell building pros that great design and products make a kitchen functional.

    “A workable kitchen can be beautiful, but a beautiful kitchen is not always workable.”

  • Designers say pros need to use color throughout their homes–even if only sparingly–to wow potential customers.

    Adding color to your houses can make a big impact for not a lot of money.

  • IBS Session: Changing Population Trends

    There are a number of population trends that home building pros need to stay abreast of in order to convert potential buyers to customers, according to three design experts presenting.

  • Green Building Programming at the International Builders' Show

    Green products and technology will be in the spotlight at the 2009 International Builders’ Show.

  • Pulte’s Villa Trieste Development Sets New Standard for Sustainability

    Aiming to reduce energy demand by more than 60 percent over traditional residential communities, Pulte Homes says its Villa Trieste is expected to be one of the most energy efficient-communities in Nevada. The community’s grand opening was held Jan. 9.