Green building is smart building. A home built to LEED certification standards is better for the homeowner and the environment. In the long run, a LEED home will deliver a lifetime of energy savings and environmental benefits.
LEED is a certified building program for homes, offices, commercial and residential spaces. Standing for leadership, energy and environmental design, it has gained popularity over the years in health and environmental sustainability.
Why Do We Need Green Building?
Green building, or sustainable design, is important. It is the practice of increased efficiency in which buildings use energy, water and other materials to reduce negative impacts on human health and the environment. LEED homes use less energy and water leading to monthly savings on utilities. They also maintain their value over time.
VOCs, which are volatile organic compounds emit gasses with longterm effects. LEED homes use paints, carpet materials, sealants and adhesives with low to no VOCs that help to improve indoor air quality and the health and comfort of the occupant for the overall quality of human and natural life.
What Are the Benefits of a LEED Home?
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