Are slab houses green?

Answer On One Hand: Loss of heatSlab houses lose a lot of heat in the winter. Their foundations are made of a single slab of cold concrete. Heat escapes mostly along the perimeter of this concrete base. L... Read More »

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Why is glass slab appears green whenseen through the edges?

Color Main article: Glass_production#ColorsColors in glass may be obtained by addition of coloring ions that are homogeneously distributed and by precipitation of finely dispersed particles (suc... Read More »

Are all Fort Collins'Linden Park houses built green?

Many of the homes in Linden Park in Fort Collins, Colorado, are built by KEM Homes. The company follow the ENERGY Star program to provide energy-efficient homes. For homes that are not green, KEM H... Read More »

Can I Pour a Concrete Slab Over an Existing Slab?

You can pour more concrete over an existing slab if you do some preparation to the original surface. The problem with adding wet concrete to cured concrete is there will be no adhesion between the ... Read More »

Why are older houses generally creepier than newer houses?

Good question.Here are my theories as to why older houses are scarier than newer houses:1) Considering that the house is older, the flooring isn't as stable, so it creaks when you walk. At night, w... Read More »