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Bathroom Fixtures

Energy Production, Storage and Control

Floors and Surfaces

Heating, Cooling and Water Heating

Indoor Air Quality

Insulation, Air Sealing and Leak Prevention

Lighting Fixtures, Controls and Sensors

Roofing, Siding and Decking

Smart and Connected Technology

Structural Systems, Materials and Landscaping

Windows and Doors

Honorable Mention

Eco-Friendly Products Selected by Green Builder's Editors

NSi Industries TORK Smart in-Wall Switch

Posted by Green Builder Staff

May 18, 2018 12:08:26 PM

With NSi Industries’ TORK Smart in-Wall Switch, it’s a case of the more, the merrier. In addition to all of the classic smart control features, TORK and its mobile app allow homeowners to create lighting scenes by interconnecting multiple devices together—perfect for holiday displays—but not breaking the bank when it comes to the utility bill.

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Lamps Plus Interceptor LED ceiling fan

Posted by Green Builder Staff

May 18, 2018 12:05:01 PM

It’s all about airflow with the Interceptor LED ceiling fan from Lamps Plus. With a damp rating for indoor or outdoor use, the oil-rubbed bronze LED fan circulates more than 7,000 cubic feet of hot and cold air every minute for maximum comfort, and illuminates with low-wattage LED.

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Häfele’s Loox LED Lighting System

Posted by Green Builder Staff

May 18, 2018 12:00:04 PM

Just when it looks like household lighting couldn’t get any smarter, Häfele raises the bar with its Loox LED Lighting System. Sure, indoor lights can be controlled with a Bluetooth-enabled smartphone or tablet. But opening a drawer or cabinet and having it immediately light up and then turn off when closed adds “Wow,” as well and convenience and functionality.

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Brilliant Control

Posted by Green Builder Staff

May 18, 2018 11:57:13 AM

Remember the remote-controlled TV? They were huge when they first appeared, and were quickly followed by other remote-controlled products, such as CD players, stereo systems and VCRs. But there were also a bunch of remotes to keep track of. Fast-forward to today, and “technoclutter” exists in the form of smart devices, many of which could one day end up in the landfill.

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