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InstallerNet and Delos Partner to Deploy Home Wellness Technology Nationwide

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NEW YORK, January 21, 2020 /3BL Media/ – Global wellness real estate and technology company, Delos, is working with InstallerNet, a leading nationwide provider of installation services for consumer technology, to service homeowners integrating Delos’ DARWIN™ Home Wellness Intelligence network.  

WATCH: Major Leaguers and Action Team Captains Build Home for Local Veteran

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Major Leaguers and New Englanders Matt Barnes (CT), Chris Iannetta (RI) and Ryan O’Rourke (MA) joined Action Team Captains from Brunswick High School, Thornton Academy and York High School in Maine and Attleboro High School in Massachusetts to build a home for a local veteran and his young family. The Major Leaguers and Action Teams helped the South East New Hampshire Habitat for Humanity with the project, which is expected to be completed by June 2016.

New Free Ebook on Green Product Selection and Improving Indoor Air

UL Environment and Green Builder Media release authoritative book on how to choose green products for residential home construction.
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June 26, 2015 /3BL Media/ - Available now for free download, The GREENGUARD Difference: Specifying the Right Products for Your Green Homes offers everything you need to know about what goes into certifying lower-emitting materials through UL Environment’s GREENGUARD program, and why these products should be in every home built today.

Playing God: Building with Robots, 3D Printers and Augmented Reality

The future of technology and building science.

No fewer than three major U.S. magazines last year, including The Economist and Wired, featured robots on their covers. The age of machine-assisted labor is here. But robotics is just one of many advancing technologies that are likely to change our lives dramatically. Converging technologies, including virtual reality, 3D printing, augmented reality, robotics and nanotechnology will combine to alter the way we construct buildings and products, and how we define work.

People. Planet. Profit.

Recycled Homes for Working Poor

Imagine that you work hard every day, earning wages to put food on the table, clothes on the kids and paying the rent. But not quite enough to fulfill your dream of having your own home.

Even in this burst housing bubble, the average price of the American home, in the $140,000–$230,000 range, is beyond your slender means. But then there’s Dan Phillips.

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