Sustainable Industry News

What is green building, and what makes a home sustainable?

Posted by on Mar 14, 2013

 By Michele Bond Slaght

“Green building” and “sustainability” are becoming popular terms in the construction industry, but what do they mean? Simply put, “green” and “sustainable” mean that the most environmentally responsible, resource-efficient building processes are used to create new structures from start to finish. Throughout the entire process of design, construction and operation, there is a coordination among the entire team of architects, engineers, builders and client that focuses on producing a structure that environmentally friendly, durable, and comfortable. Green building focuses on the efficient use of natural resources such as water and energy, and in the process reduces waste and pollution.

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Sareth Builders Offer High-performance Homes FOR LIFE

Posted by on Mar 11, 2013

Sareth Builders Offer High-performance Homes FOR LIFE

Sareth Builders in Westlake offers a truly unique home, because Sareth Builders is a truly unique homebuilding company. Reminiscent of century-old mansions that are still magnificent and highly sought-after today, Sareth Homes are solidly built to endure for many generations to come.  To say that Sareth is a “custom builder” does not begin to describe the building process that they offer. From initial concept to final walkthrough, every detail of a Sareth home receives special consideration. Sareth Builders combines the sustainable building process of “green building” techniques for high performance homes, with rich attention to detail and custom appointments. Sareth Homes are individually designed and built to suit the specific lifestyle needs, desires, and preferences of the owner now and into the future. The concepts of Universal Design and Certified Aging-in-Place (CAP) techniques are often utilized in the design and construction of Sareth Homes, meaning these homes are designed to suit the changing needs of the owners throughout a lifetime and for endless generations to come.

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