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What does LEED certification mean to you?

Posted by: raindrop 4 years, 11 months ago

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There are many perks to living in a LEED certified home. Not only are you living and providing a healthy environment for you and your family, but having a LEED certified home will save you energy, water, and therefore, money.

Another plus to having a certified green home, is that LEED homes have higher resale values. Data has shown that LEED buildings often sell for more, and in less time, than non-green buildings.

Chances are you have been in a number of LEED certified buildings already!

  • A few famous LEED buildings (certified or in process):
  • Empire State Building (NYC)
  • Sears Tower Building (Chicago)
  • The Pentagon (Washington, DC)
  • Children’s Hospital (Pittsburgh, PA)
  • California Academy of Science (San Francisco CA)
  • Boston Logan Airport (Boston MA)
  • Olympic Villages: Beijing, Vancouver
  • Starbucks: committed to LEED for all new stores.
  • Other businesses committing to LEED: Bank of America, PNC Bank, Best Buy, Target, Marriott.
  • Over 22,000 homes have been LEED certified, with another 82,000 registered for certification.


We are happy to answer any questions you have about LEED certified homes, feel free to give us a call at (619)435-0145.

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