Season 2, Episode 3

The Land Beyond LEED

Amy checks out the future of a regenerative building at a California home designed to surpass all LEED building standards, pay its own bills and harvest its own water, all while housing a crowd. Then, Kevin makes quick work of laying tile the new way -- click-together rubber tile for the garage floor and mess-free ceramic tile that needs no adhesive or grout. Plus, Amy's got the latest in windows at the International Builder's Show, with storm-ready windows for keeping the elements out and fold-away glass walls for inviting them in. Finally, Kevin visits a North Carolina company that's retrained, rebuilt and repurposed its facilities to transform old asphalt roofing shingles into what might be your next driveway!
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