Building Green Residential Homes
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Building Green Residential Homes Takes Latest Building Technology All Over The United States
Atlanta, GA (October 22, 2008) - In our economy, many people are building their homes green and we have expanded the market at Building Green Residential.
Building Green Residential is a home that is built as an energy efficient home. This saves the buyer plenty of money, and these homes are better for our earth and the future health of our families.
“It is very important that the homes are LEED, which stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, a factor in any green built home”, says Mike Stone of BuildingGreenResidential.com.
Leed was put forth as a Rating System for the design, construction and operation of high performance green buildings by the United States Green Building Council (USGBC).
Building Green saves resources and energy and helps reuse products instead of producing new products from raw materials.
An example in a building green residential home would be taking concrete staining and turning concrete slabs into very nice finished floors. This would eliminate the use for the more conventional finished floors.
Why not take materials at the end of their useful life and recycle them back into another product that becomes green. Did you know you could take plastic bottles after using them and recycle them into carpet?
Building Green Residential reveals all the technology and information you will ever need on building your home green and energy efficient. If you want to learn more about Building Green, please visit:
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