1. Cellulose- Foam made of recycled product
2. Daylighting- Direct use of light from the sky to illuminate a home.
3. Dimmers- Provides flexibility to change the atmosphere of a space by controlling the amount of light into a room.
4. FSC- Forest Stewardship Council
5. Glazing- Window glass
6. HVAC- Refers to Heating, Ventilating and Air-Conditioning Controls.
7. Low Impact Development- Sustainable storm water management strategy.
8. Leeward- Term for downwind
9. Natural Ventilation- Systems that rely on the pressure difference indoors and outdoors to move fresh air throughout the home.
10. Non-rigid- Insulations used typically in attics.
11. Occupancy Sensors- Automatically sense when you enter room and turn the lights on and off accordingly.
12. Passive Infrared Sensors- Lighting that is triggered by the movement of heat
13. Rigid Boards- Type of instillation used typically with low-slope style roofing
14. Sick Building Syndrome- Occurs when residents who have health and comfort effects that are linked to time spent in a particular building.