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Atlanta Home Connections has knowledge and experience working with many builders in the north metro Atlanta area. We have preferred builders – companies we have worked with in the past that are knowledgeable and experienced. These builders have a history of quality and no complaints.

Saving The Planet Around Your Own Home

Think Global, Act Local is one of the leading environmental messages. One of the most localized ways to save the planet is to use energy and natural resources in the your home wisely.

In the 1970s, specialized home builders began constructing resource-efficient, environmentally sensitive homes, a movement that today is called green building. No longer a niche industry, green building is on the minds of many builders. In fact, more than 30,000 green homes have been built since 1990. New, cutting-edge techniques and technologies are making it possible for the integration of green building into the mainstream market for new and remodeled homes. The Following is a list of simple, everyday activities that you can do in the home to help make our earth a healthier and happy place.

If you are interested in building or buying an environmentally friendly home, Call or email us today for a list of Green Builders in the Atlanta area. These Builders construct healthy, comfortable, affordable homes that lower energy and water bills and protect the environment. Any size and type of site-built new home can be environmentally friendly.

Things you can do at home:

  • Keep the refrigerator door shut. Only open it to take food in and out. Close the door while you're filling ice cube trays and while you're unpacking your groceries.
  • Save energy in the bathroom. Turn off the water when you aren't using it. Take short showers instead of baths. Brush your teeth with the water off.
  • Lower the heat. By turning the heat down just a few degrees, Americans could save more than 500,000 barrels of oil a day. If you're chilly, put on a sweater instead of turning up the heat.
  • Turn the air conditioning thermostat up or off. Save valuable energy by keeping AC above 75 degrees in your house.
  • Fix leaky pipes and faucets. One tiny leak can waste up to 50 gallons of water a day.
  • Start a tree-planting program. Trees provide energy-conserving shade, help clean our air and water and provide habitat for wildlife.
  • Reuse glass containers, paper bags, gift boxes, plastic bags, cloth diapers and rechargeable batteries.
  • Recycle newspapers, aluminum cans, one and two coded plastics, glass and toys. If each of us recycled just one newspaper a week, we could save 25 billion trees every year.
  • When buying a new home, always seek out a Buyers Agent that is a New Home Specialist. These Realtors have years of experience to help you through the building process and work strictly for your interests. Bound by a code of Ethics, we not only help you stay informed but can recommend the best Builder and Community built using voluntary energy efficiency programs and state-of-the-art elements that protect the environment and conserve energy.

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