Green, It is not about politics

Going green is not a political statement, it is not more expensive, and it is not complicated. Renovating a home to green standards is healthy, it lowers maintenance costs, and it saves you money. There is a lot of bad information circulating by those that do not understand green design fully. If you are interested in doing a green renovation to your home be sure to ask the ‘green designer’ some questions about past experience and success. Our firm has done multiple LEED certified homes, LEED NC commercial projects, and have a long resume of measurable energy efficient results and clients that can tell the story.

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