Green Building Specialists: What defines a LEED Contractor?
“What’s the use of a fine house if you haven’t got a tolerable planet to put it on.” – Henry David Thoreau
As climate change continues to rise as a growing concern, many builders are choosing to implement sustainable alternatives to offset its effects. Under the U.S. Green Building Council, companies are subject to green building standards that every project must meet. Once a project meets the set of prerequisites under the certification program, the company may qualify as a LEED contractor.
LEED is an acronym for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. LEED is an independent green building certification program which is globally recognized for its construction of high-performance green buildings. The overall focus is on material development, energy consumption, water usage and health conditions which are designed to make green building more viable.
Revitalization through Sustainability
LEED is known for many added benefits; however, it’s notable attributes are its higher resale value and healthier indoor space. Substantiality in design has impacted and revitalized many diverse projects such as the restoration of an old building to new multi-use office buildings. Not to mention, LEED is one of the most difficult yet extensive certification programs to obtain in the green building market.
The push towards sustainable design, in an increasing real estate market, has inspired the creation of the LEED certification. The certification has become the standard in an evolving market that ensure buildings are offering environmental benefits.
Experience with LEED Projects
Green sustainability in cabinetry is the safety net to the wasteful building. At Anton Cabinetry, precision is held with high regards as the company continues to deliver high-quality products through the skilled craftmanship of its experienced staff. Anton Cabinetry has experienced project managers who work with our clients to provide them the latest LEED information for the woodworking industry, allowing our clients to obtain as many LEED points as possible
When selecting a company for your next project choose us, Anton Cabinetry, as we are LEED certified. Find us online at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 817.460.8681.