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Form function and aesthetics essential when building green

When I built my first “green” house I didn’t know it was green. It was green not so much by design as by luck, a bit of common sense and the wisdom gained from having done it “wrong” in the past. When I say it was “wrong” I mean in comparison to what I have come to think of as the basics of green building. That is, building homes that are durable and long lasting, low-maintenance, energy efficient and healthy. Not just healthy for the larger environment, but healthy for the people who live them as well.

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Homes Put “Green” In Greenfield

GREENFIELD-The saying “true beauty comes from within” usually applies to people, not houses.

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Capital Construction Crews Currently Working On “Green” Building Development In Wilton

Louden Ridge, located just four mile east of Northway Exit 15’s burgeoning commercial corridor, is not your typical housing estate. This small community of custom homes is being created with the environment in mind. And when builder Frank Laskey talks about the environment, he doesn’t just mean the area’s pristine county forest that surrounds the property, he also means the environment within the house.

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