94 percent would recommend a green home to a friend.
55 percent knew their home may have cost more than a non green home but believed the benefits outweighed the cost.
Mike Dillon is the 2014 president of the Home Builders Association of Middle Tennessee. He is president of Westerly Construction Co. and the owner of Dillon Construction LLC.
Are green home buyers happy home buyers? A new survey indicates that they are.
The result: measurable customer satisfaction.
Once builders and contractors are equipped with the skills and knowledge to exercise green building practices, there are various ways they ensure that their work meets industry standards.
and desires of a consumer seeking a high performance healthy green home."
Here's what the study found:
71 percent believe that green homes are, overall, of higher quality.
These industry professionals have studied the interplay between energy efficiency and indoor air quality, understand the principles of environmentally sensitive lot design and are trained to help their buyers make decisions to result in a home that is green as they want it to be.
Green is the color of home satisfaction
Released in February, the survey conducted by the firm GuildQuality indicated that homeowners who purchased a home certified to the National Green Building Standard are overwhelmingly likely to be glad they did.
"The Home Builders Association of Middle Tennessee has been providing their members with the tools to seek the CGP designation and to learn about 'green building' practices for years," says Erin Richardson of All American Pest Control, president of the association's Green Building Council. "Builders and associate members learn the latest green best practices at our monthly meetings, and we periodically host the NAHB classes needed for builders (and others) to earn the CGP designation."
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"Many of these building professionals turn to national certification programs and rating systems to help structure their efforts," says Erik Daugherty, founder and owner of E3 Innovate, a Nashville based, integrated home performance company that provides home certification services. "By following an Energy Star or LEED for Homes process methods that include early energy modeling, design reviews, team building, smart building practices, inspections, diagnostic testing and achieving a solid HERS score (Home Energy Rating System) builders ensure that they're constructing a house that will exceed the expectations Converse Leather White Mens
90 percent were satisfied knowing they "did the right thing" in buying a green home.
More and more consumers are looking for homes designed to save energy and water and that incorporate locally sourced materials. Choosing a Converse Full Black builder or remodeler who holds the NAHB Certified Green Professional designation is one way to find someone with the latest knowledge of "building green," or "high performance" building.
lower utility bills, simpler maintenance and better energy efficiency and their green homes delivered. In fact, when asked what green related aspects of their home they were least satisfied with, the overwhelming majority listed "none."
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What does it mean when a home is built by a certified green professional? It means that the builder has met and then exceeded requirements that incorporate energy, resource and water efficiency, indoor environmental quality, and less intrusive site development practices into the construction of the home.
92 percent would purchase another green home.
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