January 11, 2012 - In today's world of increasing populations and diminishing resources, more people are considering creative options when constructing homes or other buildings in an effort to improve efficiency and reduce their impact on the environment.
Rich Franz-Ünder says it's an effort that's leading to success in many areas, although guidance, education and finances are pivotal as a way to make the experience more feasible and enjoyable.
"With our program we provide information, training and actually certification to prove that someone has built a green building," he says.
"Green buildings are better buildings and better buildings are going to cost more. But with a green building you're spending money on things that are going to save you money. So you've reduced your energy cost, you've reduced your water cost, you've also made a healthier building so your health care costs are going to go down." read more>>>