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  • To Your Credit

    President Obama signs stimulus plan into law, includes up to $1500 tax credit only for windows with .30 u-value or lower. All windows Cardinal Builders offer meet or exceed requirements to earn tax credit. Click here for more information.

  • Economic Stimulus Package Offers Work for Remodelers, Tax Credits and Rebates for Homeowners

    Bill signed by President Obama could pump billions into the remodeling market.

  • Gehman Remodeling Turns Tax Credit Into Marketing Tool

    E-mail newsletter positions green remodeler as industry expert.

  • Homeowners Want Energy-Efficient, Eco-Friendly Home Improvement Products

    Two surveys reveal increased demand for home upgrades that may cost more up front but save in the long run.

  • Commentary: Green Your Own Planet First

    Remodelers can't escape the pressure to build green. It's a no-brainer that using natural and renewable materials and being better stewards of natural resources will reduce our impact on the environment and prove more cost-effective in the long run.

  • The Week in Green

    A roundup of green building news for the week of May 5–9, including the green movement in the remodeling industry; defining the green consumer; and KB Home, D.R. Horton, and Pulte top list of environmentally friendly big builders.

  • Remodelers Urged to Actively Pursue Green Remodeling

    When it comes to making the transition to green remodeling, remodelers need to "lead, follow, or get out of the way," Carl Seville told attendees during the Remodeling Leadership Conference. "We can and must make it happen."

  • Green Remodeling Provides a Second Chance at Sustainability

    By its very nature, remodeling is "green" in that you are reusing and improving existing infrastructures. After that, remodeling green calls on many of the same products and techniques as any other green building process.

  • Green Remodeling Case Studies

    Case studies from Wisconsin and California showcase the many ways eco-friendly products and processes can make all the difference in existing homes

  • Green Remodeling Standards

    Builders and homeowners now have a set of green guidelines that they can apply to a remodeling project, regardless of size. The REGREEN Guidelines were announced Friday by the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) and the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) at INTERIORS 08: The ASID...