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Consumer demand for smart home technology continues to explode, but with the variety of choices out there, how do you pick the right tech solution? This webinar cuts through all the noise in the smart home space and addresses the most important points about today's connected homes
The 2021 IECC has now been finalized. In this webinar , Jim Meyers from SWEEP explores the new residential provisions in the 2021 IECC, highlighting the changes in building envelope, lighting, and building science requirements, and how these changes will affect utilities, trades, home builders, code officials, and designers.
There are many unknowns swirling around the Coronavirus right now, but one thing is certain: there will be long-term, systemic changes in the housing sector that will place new demands on building professionals and manufacturers alike. Green Builder Media CEO Sara Gutterman explores shifting consumer behaviors, purchasing patterns, and sentiment; key areas where consumer expectations may be changed for good; and trends in essential areas like connected living, health & wellness, and energy.
Award-winning journalist and building science expert Matt Power explores the latest threats and solutions available that can make homes tougher, less flood-prone, and more fire-resistant. The goal: to reduce property damage and keep inhabitants safe—even in times of prolonged isolation—at the same time reducing energy bills and prioritizing systems needed for survival and basic comfort. Resilient homes, with cutting edge equipment, don’t have to look like apocalyptic bunkers. Whether you’re building from the ground up or retrofitting for resilience, when extreme events occur, you can be ready for (almost) anything.