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When clients want to be iron chefs

For homeowners with culinary aspirations, innovative technologies such as infrared burners keep propane- and gas-powered appliances in high demand.

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New research: Comparing residential heating systems

Every home heating system has trade-offs. That’s what makes a great heating contractor or mechanical engineer so valuable: They can help weigh the pros and cons of different systems and come up with the best solution for a given home. A new analysis and training course make that job a little easier.

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Versatile fireplace styles for your project

Propane- and gas-fueled fireplaces have a reputation for cleanliness and ease of use, operating at the flick of a switch, with no messy preparation or cleanup needed. But these examples show gas fireplaces also offer more versatility in terms of design.

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What are the lessons from Hurricane Harvey?

Powerful hurricane seasons in the last two years offer a reminder to builders and architects about the value of resilience.

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Fueling small business in remote areas

With propane available to meet building heat and water-heating needs, locating in less-dense areas offers plentiful benefits with few sacrifices.

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Four unique snow-melting ideas

Today’s engineers are getting more creative, using radiant snow-melting systems in brand-new applications.

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Boilers, RTUs, or VRF?

Commercial heating technologies are evolving rapidly. Here are the latest developments in three of the most common heating options.

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Propane gives builders more options on land

Where land prices and associated development fees are rising, choosing propane helps builders avoid sacrificing amenities.

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Future-proofing homes against weather events

With each year’s big hurricane, the construction industry contemplates incorporating “future-proofing” measures into its business practices. How can buildings be designed, engineered, and constructed to survive serious elemental threats such as hurricanes for multiple generations?

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Buyers may have grown wary of the risks associated with coastal properties

Studies published earlier in the year by Harvard University and by the University of Colorado suggested that homes in lower elevations were selling for less and gaining value more slowly than similar ones at higher elevations.

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