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The truth about cement is finally being revealed. Cement is often misconstrued as having a bad reputation for being a material that is hard to work with. Today this tough material is being revolutionized with new cement designs like beautiful 3-D graphic tiling and Eco-friendly surfaces. I am…
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Whether it's a pair of tattered jeans, a landfill-bound glass bottle or a bald tire, post-consumer waste is a massive problem. But more and more companies are taking out the trash...by upcycling it into new, durable, cost-effective building materials.
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Sistema SolTech Energy, genera energía limpia con tejas solares de vidrio. Una innovación sueca con la que se puede reducir los costos en calefacción.
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“If implemented, the material would take care of most of construction’s attempts at carbon reductions in one fell swoop,” says Material ConneXion...
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The facade works with no power at all–not even solar panels–and keeps the temperature comfortable and light bright inside.
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Design innovations make building with sustainable living in mind easier—and more beautiful—than ever. Here are three of our favourites.
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STRUCTURAL BUILDING BLOCK DEVELOPMENT – Balzac, AB – Hempcrete Walls: Building Journal
Accoya wood is a new sustainable building material that remains biodegradable, but also lasts longer, maintains dimensional stability better, and strengthens softwood to rival hardwood.
Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs) are the choice that work best to create the most energy efficient envelope with timber framing. At Heavy Timber Truss and Frame, it starts with choosing the best components. At Heavy Timber Truss and Frame, we have worked with a variety of insulation's and firms.
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