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Green Architectual Consultants Washington DC

See below to find local green architectural consultants in Washington that give access to energy saving structure design, environmental building material recommendations, LEED Certified building design, environmental education, lower volatile organic compounds, and waste management, as well as advice and content on renewable energy generation.

Merle Thorpe
(202) 298-7771
3121 South St NW
Washington, DC
 
Solis Betancourt
(202) 232-8080
1739 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC
 
Oehrlein and Associates
(202) 785-7336
1350 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC
 
Weinstein Robert A Archt
(202) 544-1640
420 10th St SE
Washington, DC
 
Black Byron B Archt
(202) 857-8300
1666 K St NW
Washington, DC
 
Singletary Rueda Architects
(202) 265-9190
1711 Connecticut Ave NW Ste 206
Washington, DC
 
Karn Charuhas
(202) 419-7680
1120 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC
 
Duncan Neal Alan Architect
(202) 667-1494
1789 Lanier Pl NW
Washington, DC
 
Forma Design Inc
(202) 265-2625
1524 U St NW
Washington, DC
 
Haffler Whayne Harvey
(202) 625-0707
3007 M St NW
Washington, DC
 

Factory-Built Homes Provide a Green Alternative



Factory-Built Homes Provide a Green Alternative
Tue 12/18/07 09:26:32 pm
Marketwire

OKEMOS, MI--(Marketwire - December 17, 2007) - Looking for green options in home ownership? Manufactured and modular homes have an eco-friendly advantage over site-built homes from the moment construction begins. Being factory built, it's easier to control the amounts of waste created and recycled throughout the homebuilding process. Building materials are precut with factory-built homes, significantly reducing waste by up to 70 percent.

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save the earthManufactured or modular homes with the Energy Star certification allow for even more efficiency, as well as savings. American homes use approximately 25 percent of the energy in the United States. Homes built featuring products with the Energy Star label use approximately 35 percent less energy than a typical new home, and prevent 4,500 pounds of greenhouse gas emissions each year. These homes have effective insulation, high performance windows, upgraded heating and air conditioning systems, tight duct systems and upgraded water heating equipment. Appliances in a new manufactured or modular home are most likely Energy Star certified as well.

environmentally friendly homeSeventy percent of all manufactured housing factories have been qualified to build homes earning the Energy Star certification. Michigan Manufactured Housing Association member Palm Harbor Homes has made strides to save energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the construction of their homes. As a result, the manufacturer has been awarded the title "2007 Energy Star Partner of the Year" by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Palm Harbor Homes has added several features to their homes to increase overall efficiency, including programmable thermostats that match activity in the home (and save up to 15 percent on energy bills) and mini or vertical blinds that...

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