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From Our Editors

  • Wireless Control System from SkylinkHome
  • Source: BUILDING PRODUCTS Magazine 12/13/2011
  • The Wireless Control System, which controls home lighting and electronics inside and out, is an affordable, easy-to-use system that can control almost everything in the house with a remote keypad. More
  • Pharos Tools from Healthy Building Network
  • Source: BUILDING PRODUCTS Magazine 11/29/2011
  • Pharos Version 2 adds increased research and collaboration capabilities to Pharos' comprehensive and independent evaluations of the environmental and health aspects of building products. More

From Our Manufacturers

  • GE's Energy-Efficient Appliances Just Got Smarter - What a Brillion Idea
  • Source: ebuild 2/10/2011
  • Imagine appliances that know how to stretch a buck - washers, dryers, dishwashers, refrigerators and water heaters that can automatically adjust their consumption in response to price signals from your electric utility to help manage your household energy use. GE Profile appliances enabled with Brillion technology can do just that. More
  • GE's New Energy Display Boils Household Energy Use down to Dollars and Cents
  • Source: ebuild 2/10/2011
  • Most of us don't think about the cost of electricity until our monthly power bill rolls in. But what if we could see our current energy consumption, even our current energy cost per hour? How might that change our consumption habits? If we could actually see our spending rate drop, would we be better about turning off the lights when we leave a room or more diligent in adjusting the thermostat to a more efficient setting? If we had the ability to see our energy dollars as they were being spent, would it change the choices we make about energy conservation and personal savings? GE thinks so. More