Green Building Resources

Residential single family home inventory is very low in Kitsap County this Spring, so people are turning to building as an option. Newer concepts are being explored such as how to build a home where you can age in place, and building green.

Here are a few resources for Building Green:

American Institute of Architects: Offers resources for anyone seeking information about Architects:

Built Green: Master Builder Association King COunty:

EcoCool Remodel Tool: King County’s one stop shop for green remodels and resources:

EcoHaus: Agreen home improvement store located at 4121 1st Ave Seattle:

Energy Star: An EPA/Federal government-backed program helping consumers through Tax Incentives:

Energy Star Northwest: A regionally specific program funded by the EPA:

Green Pages: A directory from the Northwest Ecobuilding Guild of green contactors and materials. Publications are available at EcoHaus, The RE Store and Second Use:

Home Performance Wahsington: An association of Washington State businesses offering whole house energy efficiency, comfort and indoor air quality review and services:

Home Resource Network of Seattle: A contractor referral network specializing in greem remodels.

King COunty On-Line Materials

PSE Energy Advisor: Energy specialists assisting PSE residential and business customers.

Re-Store: Salvaged building materials and building deconstructive services, located at 1440 NW 52nd St, Seattle

Second Use: Recovers reusable building materials from their remodeling and demolition projects. 7953 2nd Ave South Seattle



Posted on March 16, 2013 at 11:36 pm
Susan Grosten | Category: Uncategorized

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