Blue Pacific Realty
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16289 Hwy. 101 S
Suite A
Brookings, OR 97415
BUILDING GREEN - Healthy Buildings, Healthy Occupants

There is a growing interest in designing, building and occupying more environmentally sensitive structures.

Green Building integrates natural resources and community concerns into the design and construction to create buildings that are healthier for the occupants and the environment.

Green Buildings may include all or some of the following:

  • Waste management
  • Water conservation
  • Renewable energy sources
  • Recycled/reused materials
  • Non-toxic materials
  • Energy efficiency
  • Reduced environmental impact on the building site
  • Wise use of space/reduced building size
  • Balance of environmental and economic considerations

Renovating or Remodeling - No matter how old your home is, there are easy ways to lower our water and energy bills while conserving our natural resources.

Save some energy; be good to your wallet and the earth!

  • Replace light bulbs with compact fluorescents
  • Insulate and seal your home
  • Replace drafty windows with double pane glass
  • Insulate your water heater and exposed pipes
  • Shop Smart - look for the Energy Star label
  • Grow Green - plant deciduous trees to block sun in warmer months and let light in during the winter
  • Save Water - choose water efficient faucets, showerheads and toilets
  • Take advantage of incentives - visit and your local utility company to find out if you qualify for some type of energy incentive or rebate

Building Green Links

Building Green Glossary

Green build materials are composed of renewable rather than non-renewable resources. Save money and resources while creating a healthy, comfortable environment.

Green homes are more environmentally friendly, including being more durable, and less polluting, as well as making substantially better use of resources.

DISCLAIMER: This information is provided by Blue Pacific Realty as a courtesy to interested persons. Blue Pacific Realty is not an expert on the subject of Green building. Although the information provided is deemed reliable, the accuracy of the information is not guaranteed and no responsibility is assumed for errors or omissions in content. Before beginning any building project, it is recommended that the property owner consult with a qualified, licensed building contractor and, when appropriate to the project, other professionals, such as an architect or engineer.

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