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Green Home Design and Construction Grows

Green Home DesignAccording to the U.S. Green Building Council, over 20,000 homes across the U.S. have earned LEED for Homes certification. The Editor at Large reports that the focus on green home design continues to grow in all segments of the housing industry, from single family homes to multi-family housing.
While most homeowners don’t take the time and expense to earn LEED certification, there is still a pronounced demand from homeowners for green home design, from sustainably-sourced materials to non-toxic finishes. However, the green building issue on most people’s minds is undoubtedly energy efficiency.
Energy efficient homes are not just better for the environment- they can also save the homeowner a lot of money! If you are looking for ways to make your Kansas City home more energy efficient, Bordner can help.
We carry a wide selection of energy efficient replacement doors and windows to fit any home. We carry both vinyl and fiberglass windows and doors, and our knowledgeable staff can provide you with all of the information you need to make the right choice for your home.
If you’d like to set up a free window consultation with us today, just call us at 816.303.0510 or use the contact form at left.

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