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Kitchens and Baths, Oh My!
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Kitchens and Baths, Oh My!

Today's kitchen and bath products are smarter, healthier, quieter, and just plain... More

Tags: Products, Bath, Kitchen, Appliances, Accessible Housing
Pull-down Faucets Go to Great Lengths
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Pull-down Faucets Go to Great Lengths

With fewer snags, tangles, and droops, these pull-down faucets provide function... More

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Artistic Impressions: Symmons Degas Collection Artistic Impressions: Symmons Degas Collection

The Degas Collection from Symmons features an elegant lavatory faucet, hand spray, and tub/shower system in a transitional design. More

Tags: Bath, Symmons, Kohler
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New + Notable New + Notable

20 products for green-built homes, including an electric-vehicle charging station, an energy management system, and insulated framing. More

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WaterSense-Certified Faucet From Hastings Tile & Bath WaterSense-Certified Faucet From Hastings Tile & Bath

Hastings Tile & Bath. The Chelsea H125 faucet offers a WaterSense-certified flow rate of 1.5 gpm. The unit combines a curvaceous, hourglass-like shape with square corners and a slender spout. It comes in 35 finishes. 516.379.3500. www.hastingstilebath.com. More

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BUILDER's Concept Home 2011 Caption Test BUILDER's Concept Home 2011 Caption Test

KB Home builds a net zero residence for average Americans with the Martha Stewart touch. More

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BUILDER's Concept Home 2011 BUILDER's Concept Home 2011

KB Home builds a net-zero residence for average Americans with the Martha Stewart touch. More

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The New American Home 2011 The New American Home 2011

For the first time in its 28-year history, The New American Home had a homeowner attached from the start. More

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High-Efficiency Toilets Combine Water Conservation and Improved Performance

New toilet standards ensure water savings does not come at the expense of a confident flush. More

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Case Study: Vanguard Homes Builds First EPA WaterSense Home Case Study: Vanguard Homes Builds First EPA WaterSense Home

The North Carolina house, part of a pilot program, will save more than 10,000 gallons a year. More

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