Reduce Your Carbon Footprint by RemodelingMarch 5, 2013 No Comments
With a larger push to become a more eco-friendly industry, home builders and remodelers are making headway in finding new ways to provide homeowners with greener options to install in the home. Although they might be considered eco-friendly, you won’t be able to tell the difference when it comes to the look and quality of the green products and materials. B. J. Burnham Associates, Inc. does this through their offer of green design. This design concept involves re-use of structural elements, low-VOC (low volatile organic compounds) materials, paper stone and ice stone recycled counter tops, electric cook tops, water efficient bathrooms, and low-flow faucets. With all of these eco-friendly options, you can enhance indoor air quality, minimize materials used, and the best part, save on your energy bills.
If you have some ideas on how to make your house more energy efficient and environmentally friendly, Burnham & Associates founder Barbara says, “Bring your ideas and we will work with you to make your remodel achieve your green design expectations.”Build or Remodel, Buy or Sell, Decor, Kitchen & Bath, Maintenance, Saving, Technology