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Advanced Buldings Technologies & Practices
This site contains ninety technologies and practices that improve the energy and resource efficiency...

Building Info Central: EEBA Criteria
Goals, objectives and criteria for energy-efficient and resource-efficient buildings.

Building on a Green Budget
Low-cost green design and construction practices for commercial and residential construction.

Homes Across America
This site profiles resource efficient homes throughout the country, highlighting techniques and tech...

Houses That Work: House Design Recommendations By ...
Design recommendations are provided as a starting point for designing a specific house in a specific...

NAHB Model Green Home Building
This publication contains guidance for builders engaged in or interested in green building products ...

PATH Technology Inventory Toolbase
PATH’s Technology Inventory is a unique source of information on technological innovations in the ho...

Whole-House and Building Process Redesign
This roadmap was developed to strategically overcome the slow adoption of new technologies into home...

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NAHB Model Green Home Building
URL: http://www.nahb.org/fileUpload_details.aspx?contentTypeID=7&contentID=1994
Description: This publication contains guidance for builders engaged in or interested in green building products and practices for residential design, development and construction. This publication is not intended to be exhaustive and all-inclusive and the enclosed guidelines are not to be considered the only method of green building. These guidelines for green building originate from the collective experience of leading personnel in the green building movement (marketplace), but must, due to the nature of the responsibilities involved, be presented only as a guide for the use of a qualified developer, builder, remodeler, or design professional.
Source: National Association of Home Builders
Resource Type: Manual/handbook/curriculum