Home buyers are enthusiastically embracing green built homes, some altruistically want to protect the planet, most are interested for more practical reasons like energy savings and healthier living environments. The dilemma for consumers is how to identify homes that really are green built.
Home owners, buyers and renters have a new resource for going green indoors and out. The EPA’s new Green Homes Website will help people make their homes greener with tips on reducing energy consumption, carbon footprints, waste generation and water usage, as well as improving indoor air quality.
The North Central Texas Council of Governments, a public|private agency and staunch advocates of green building, sustainable development and transit oriented development here in North Texas, has received a $13.2 million grant from the federal Department of Energy to help with the acquisition of clean-fuel vehicles and related fueling stations. NCTCOG, which represents the interests…
Texas now builds more Energy Star homes than any other state. In fact, there are more Energy Star homes being built in Texas than the next six leading states combined.
Video Tour of the interiors of the Heritage Townhomes at Lexington Park, extraordinary new townhomes in Downtown Plano now being offered for lease by Scott Schaefer and Lexington Luxury Builders.
Lexington applauds the approval of the National Green Building Standard. The National Green Building Standard is now the first and only green building rating system approved by ANSI, making it the benchmark for green built homes.
Demand for Green Built homes is increasing at an increasing rate as homebuyers jump on the band wagon with Al Gore.