See how a 1950s ranch home became the remodel to beat in 2019

Honored as this year’s New American Remodel, the formerly single-level, 1950s-era home in downtown Las Vegas, Nevada, was transformed by the company Luxus Design Build, LLC into a two-level 6,000-square-foot marvel of energy efficiency, including luxur…

Zero net energy home unveiled in East Bay

San Francisco is known for its eco-friendly infrastructure, but there’s always room for improvements.

PulteGroup recently completed building a new zero net energy home in San Francisco’s East Bay. The prototype is a sign of support California’s goals for complete zero net energy construction in the residential sphere by …

WalletHub finds the coldest states are the most energy-efficient

The average household spends nearly $2,000 annually on energy bills; however, some states are more efficient than others. According to analysis from WalletHub, the most efficient states, when considering both car- and home-energy consumption, are locat…