Green Remodeling

Green practices in home building and remodeling have marked a shift in the way we live today. Homes built today are 100% more energy-efficient than homes built in the 1970s. Green improvements can save money and help protect the environment. Browse this section for more information about ways to make renovation projects more sustainable, and how to certify a remodeling project to the ICC 700 National Green Building Standard.

Green Remodeling
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Build Green and Save: Protecting the Earth and Your Bottom Line by Matt Belcher leads you through the residential construction process and details how you can apply green building techniques that will benefit your business, your relationships with your customers, your reputation and your bottom …
3/24/2014
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The National Green Building Standard can be used for remodeling projects as well as new construction.
3/4/2014
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9/11/2013
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An look at the compliance requirements for Chapter 11: Remodeling in the NGBS.
9/9/2013
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A High-Tech Solution for Cutting Energy Costs While energy-efficient features can help new homes go green and save money, one of the best ways households can conserve is by reducing day-to-day consumption. Now— as more than 56% of energy costs typically go towards heating and cooling, …
8/27/2013
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