A resilient home can be quickly restored at minimal cost to a healthy, comfortable home after a disaster. Take control with these resilient home improvements.
Understanding the main sources of heat gain in your home is the key to choosing the best ways to cut summer utility bills while staying cool and comfortable.
Seminar and tour about common causes of moisture problems and best practices in home construction to keep it dry.
What parents and school staff can do to ensure safe and healthy drinking water in long vacant buildings where stagnant water could contain bacteria and lead.
You don’t have to give up comfort to control your heating bill. Here are winter energy saving strategies for southern homes that offer best bang for the buck.
One Saturday each season, LaHouse opens its doors outside its normal weekday operating hours and has experts on hand to answer questions.
If your home’s roof was ever damaged by a storm, it doesn't have to happen again! This describes roofing products and installation methods that can survive.
Take control of your future by making your home more resilient for the next hurricane with these wind-hardy home restoration improvements.
Making your home flood-hardy and resilient means you can clean-up and move back in quickly, with minimal tear-out, replacement, cost and ordeal.
When restoring your damaged home or remodeling, take control of your future with these healthy home improvements to make your home a better place to breathe,
Take control of your future by making your restored or remodeled home more comfortable, with lower utility bills, through energy-saving home improvements.
There are several things we can do, in addition to cleaning high touch surfaces, to help prevent the spread of COVID 19, or any infectious disease.
A resilient home can be quickly restored at low cost to a safe, healthy, comfortable home after disasters -- more important now than ever during the pandemic.
Keep your home safe and secure with these five "S" home improvement projects that can prevent costly hurricane damages.
Many raised floor homes in a warm, humid climate develop cupped wood flooring and subfloor moisture problems. This article provides causes and solution options.
A special 10-year anniversary seminar for only $10 to gain insights and answers to safely and effectively protect your buildings from wood destroying pests.
In celebration of LaHouse's 10-year anniversary, we're offering this special topic seminar for only $10 to provide you with answers and insights from experts.
The LSU AgCenter and the LSU College of Agriculture