Concrete is a material that quite literally holds our cities together. From homes and apartment buildings to bridges, viaducts, and sidewalks, this ubiquitous gray material's importance to modern ...
Remodeling with secondhand building materials has many fans. Some are owners of historic houses who improve their homes by adding period elements. Others follow green building practices and appreciate conserving resources and keeping materials out of landfills.
“People underestimate the quality and wear of cork,” says Pieter Sundgren of Greenhome Solutions, a Seattle storefront stocking exclusively green building materials.
Green Depot is the nation's leading supplier of environmentally friendly building and lifestyle products, services and home solutions. Our mission is to make green building products readily accessible to homeowners and builders so that sustainable practices can easily be adopted into standard construction operations.
Greenhome Solutions is a family owned and operated green building product supplier based in Seattle, Washington. We are passionate about the environment, conservation, design, and sustainable building practices.
We are Seattle based Design Builders. We are both the architect and the general contractor on our projects, throughout the Northwest and Puget Sound area. Ours is a holistic approach, integrating design and construction along with schedule and cost controls. We specialize in new homes, remodeling, and additions.
Company Description: Located in Seattle, Built-e is a distributor of sustainable/green building materials. We carry products for finishing flooring and exterior surfaces, cork flooring, countertops and clay wall materials.
Green Depot's Seattle showroom, located South of downtown, is a spacious resource-center showing Green Building materials of all kinds. We have a well-trained sales team to provide you with information about every product we sell, and to help you select the perfect material for your job.
Some of the materials used for green homes include st bale, FSC timber and lime plaster. These materials do not affect the health of your family and save the non-renewable resources. Some of the building materials which are used in conventional homes have harmful substances which can affect the health of your family.
Green Building Standard. The green building standards, which saves resources and promotes renewable, clean energy, is required to gain additional height, floor area or density. Other requirements related to housing, transportation or open space may apply in addition to the green building standard depending on the zone.
Green Building Materials 3 LEED Definition ? an internationally recognized green building certification system ? provides third-party verification that a community or building was designed and built using strategies aimed at improving performances in energy savings, water efficiency, CO2 emissions/ reductions, improved indoor
Green Globes? is the first web-enabled, fully interactive green building assessment and certification program. It includes an on-site visit by a third-party assessor and comprehensive customer support.
Seattle green builder Sloan Ritchie of Cascade Built just unveiled his company’s latest single-family project – one of the city’s first modern prefab modular LEED Platinum homes. In the the ...
The Greenest Commercial Building in the World. The goal of the Bullitt Center is to drive change in the marketplace faster and further by showing what’s possible today. The era of harm reduction, half steps, and lesser evils is behind us. As a society, we need to be bold in ways that were once unimaginable.
With the modern push toward more environmentally friendly homes, many people are turning to alternative building materials like clay, st insulation, plant-based rigid foam, and recycled glass, metal or wood/plant-based composites.
MODULAR HOMES FOR A SUSTAINABLE FUTURE HEALTHY SUSTAINABLE MODULAR HOMES Woman-owned GreenPod Development, LLC creates green-jobs by building new Seattle modular homes with healthy interiors and furnishings.
The Canadian Exporter was carrying 3 million board feet of lumber plus 200 tons of other cargo, heading from Vancouver, British Columbia to Portland, Oregon and then on to Asia, according to a story in the Seattle Times.