The latest resources for the home and building performance industry
Our online resource library contains industry resources, including downloadable PDFs, webinar playbacks, videos, and reports. This library is continually updated to include the latest information and educational content.
Watch as Grace and Corbett drive their TinyLab to a split-level ranch that hasn't been updated in decades.
Watch as Grace and Corbett test two DIY tiny homes side by side, and explore what homeowners expected from home performance in 1650 compared to present day.
Watch as Grace and Corbett do a performance test on a typical 80s home.
Watch as Grace and Corbett analyze the performance of the most complex house they've ever tested.
View the webinar to learn some of the best tips and tricks for conducting assessments of your online competitors.
View the webinar which covers the elements of your website and content marketing strategy that can help your business capitalize on the popularity of heat pumps.
Watch as Dr. Joe Lstiburek discusses the challenges of open-joint cladding and best practices.
Watch to see how Sergei Breus has changed the way he builds Maine Homes to make them more energy efficient and unique from other homes in the area.
Watch as Joe Lstiburek and Betsy Pettit share their lessons learned from past net zero building projects.
Roosevelt Institute Report: Economic Recovery Begins at Home: Retrofitting US Housing Stock for Jobs, Health, Savings, and the Climate
Read the report which presents the concurrent benefits of robust investment in energy efficiency in buildings, including the opportunity for significant job creation, improving public health, advancing racial justice and reversing past racist housing policies, and spurring innovation.
Watch to hear from an expert on some of the best practices for leveraging energy efficiency, renewable energy, and planning to help your home better withstand and recover from natural disasters.
Watch for an overview of Zero Energy Ready Homes, and learn how they offer a superior homeowner experience.
ACEEE: How High Are Household Energy Burdens? An Assessment of National and Metropolitan Energy Burdens across the U.S.
Read the report which examines residential energy affordability at the national and regional levels, and analyzes how household energy burdens vary across specific groups based on factors such as income, housing type and age, tenure, race and ethnicity, and occupant age.
View the overlay which offers market insight into rules that will determine how new buildings are designed and constructed in the future in order to curb the worst impacts of climate change.
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