"PATH is the way every builder can go from being average to being high-tech."
--John Wesley Miller, John Wesley Miller Companies, Tucson, Arizona.
The Partnership for Advancing Technology in Housing is a public-private initiative dedicated to accelerating the development and use of technologies that radically improve the quality, durability, energy efficiency, environmental performance, and affordability of America's housing. PATH is supported by the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development.
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March 7, 2008
PATH Case Study Looks at Project from Homeowner’s Viewpoint
PATH is taking a look at innovative home construction and remodeling projects from the consumer's point view, in order to understand what motivates them and what they are looking for in their new home.
PATH in the News
Eight ways to live green (and save energy),
March 11, 2008.
The Partnership for Advancing Technology in Housing, a volunteer group of homebuilders, product manufacturers and federal housing agencies, notes you'll offset the cost of the thermostat in one to two years through savings on your energy bill.
Building to Weather the Storm,
Ecological Home Ideas,
The Wiles searched for a builder to provide storm-resistance for their new home. Upon finding Tarpon Coast, they coordinate with president Mike Romig to chose several features that also improved the home's energy efficiency.
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What characteristics do innovative production home builders share?
A new survey by PATH finds answers to questions about selecting, implementing, and communicating about innovation.
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PATH Partner Program
The PATH Partner Program provides marketing and business development assistance, technical advice and information, and publicity to some of the residential building industry's leading innovators.
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