Green Building in North Carolina
Regardless of your where your commitment to Green Building or a Green Lifestyle is, it's good to know that your choice for relocation or retirement (North Carolina) is one of the of the places notable for its embrace of green trends and green building practices.
All of the crucial areas mentioned in the Green Building article are at work in building projects across the state of North Carolina.
Green building projects in North Carolina include everything from the impressive Ecodorm at Warren Wilson College outside Asheville, NC to the renovated abandoned building which now holds Brown and Jones Architects in Raleigh, NC to the rammed earth walls and radiant heating system of the Philips residence in Pittsboro, NC.
And green building and practices in North Carolina aren’t limited to large businesses, schools and private residences.
In 1998, the North Carolina state government committed itself to being a leader in environmental stewardship and has saved taxpayers money not only through green practices but by “greening” all state government buildings.
Let’s not forget that when finding your best place to relocate or retire in North Carolina you can clearly save money by going green.
Energy efficient homes lower your bills, help your resale value and when combined with green building practices help the environment as a whole.
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