Green Remodeling is an ethical decision we have made through design and construction of projects that reduce the environmental impact of remodeling, including energy, water, material consumption, waste generation and harmful emissions both indoors and out.
We offer Home performance solutions and environmentally friendly interior and exterior projects designed to help you reduce energy costs and improve indoor air quality. Learn what using the right products and processes can do for you from a Green Certified Professional of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry.
”Green” is just a color, don’t be confused by the hype. We educate our customers so they understand that high performance remodeling is an ethical decision that we have made to offer our customers the very best energy performing products available along with the knowledge and skill to make things work. After all we don’t just build for you we build for your future.
When you start planning your remodeling project try and incorporate and many green friendly ideas as you can. There are quite a few environmentally healthy options and actions you can take to help do your part with your next major home improvement project.
The first green remodeling action you can take is to discuss with your contractor how many recycled materials you can use on your new room. Right away this helps on cutting back on the Earth's resources. recycling is the oldest green concept and can be applied to many aspects and materials in construction. Next, you should work to to make your new room as energy efficient as possible. This means low energy appliance, programmable thermostats and energy efficient windows. Not only will this help you reduce the amount of energy you use, but will also lower your electric bill, saving you big bucks!
Every remodeling project will require fresh paint. While this gives your new room a great finished look, some paints can contain toxic fumes, which are harmful to the environment. Go green by using paints, woods, and sealants, which are non-toxic. Also, ask your green contractor to use as many local materials as possible. This not only helps support local businesses, but helps reduce the need for transportation, and will, in turn, mean less air pollution from exhaust gasses.
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