Green Building
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Green Building

RADCON believes there are long-term benefits for the homeowner who is concerned with green building practices.   The owner is a certified Green Point Rater as well as a Certified Green Building Professional.  Our job site waste is separated and recycled.  Our company is paperless; project management is done online.  We use non-VOC paints and adhesives, as well as formaldehyde free building materials.  If there are certain aspects of your project that you want to ensure are especially "green," let us know and we can present you with options that meet your budget and needs.

Build it Green
Build It Green is a professional non-profit membership organization whose mission is to promote healthy, energy and resource-efficient buildings in California.
The California Forest Products Commission
The California Forest Products Commission seeks to enhance the public's understanding of the benefits of forestry and forest products in California.
Energy Star
is a joint program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy helping us all save money and to protect the environment through energy efficient products and practices. U.S. Green Buillding Council U.S. Green Buillding Council
Green California
Green California is a gateway for the latest information about how the state of California is working to reduce energy and resource consumption, while lowering greenhouse gas emissions, and creating healthier environments in which to work, live and learn.
National Association of Home Builders
The NAHB has developed a National Green Building Standard along with the International Code Council (ICC). It will soon be considered for approval by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). Additionally, the NAHB has a Certifed Green Professional Program for Builders, Remodelers, and Developers.
US Department of Energy
The Department of Energy promotes energy and money-saving opportunities to builders and consumers and works with state and local regulatory groups to improve building codes and appliance standards.
US Green Building Council
The U.S. Green Building Council created and oversees the LEED standard for homes and commercial buildings.