Code Changes Recommended for Disaster Resilience and a Tiny House Festival

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Code Changes Recommended for Disaster Resilience and a Tiny House Festival

Green Builder Media's August 20, 2015 Vantage Enewsletter

The weekend-long Colorado Springs "Jamboree" featured miniscule dwelling concepts from 22 builders.

The nonprofit Federal Alliance for Safe Homes (FLASH) today released its latest commentary paper,urging policy makers to make 6 changes to building codes.

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Building in the High Country Summer at Mariposa Meadows has been interesting, to say the least.

Buttoned-Up Basements A well-waterproofed and insulated basement offers a plethora of benefits, including improved IAQ, occupant health and lower HVAC bills.

New Report Suggests 6 Code Changes for Disaster Resilience The nonprofit Federal Alliance for Safe Homes (FLASH) today released its latest commentary paper, urging policy makers to make 6 changes to building codes.

Geothermal Community Could Be a Game Changer The 1,500-acre Badger Mountain development in Washington aims for zero net energy, thanks to high-performance Bosch geothermal systems.

First U.S. Tiny House Festival Draws 40,000 Gawkers The weekend-long Colorado Springs "Jamboree" featured miniscule dwelling concepts from 22 builders.

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