Habitat for Humanity Volunteer Day with DMME

Viridiant staff recently visited a single-family home under renovation by Richmond Metropolitan Habitat for Humanity and were joined by volunteers from the Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals, and Energy (DMME). The home is a 1,200 square foot cape-cod built in 1969 and located just outside the Randolph neighborhood in Richmond, VA. Like many Habitat homes, …

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Going Green to the Max

The Free Lance-Star of Fredericksburg, VA featured an EarthCraft Builder in their article Going Green to the Max. The article takes a look at a custom EarthCraft home built by Jeff Hall of J. Hall Homes. Energy-efficient and sustainable features include geothermal heating and cooling, solar PV, air sealing, and energy recovery ventilators (ERVs). “To …

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Green Valley Builders' EarthCraft Homes featured in The Roanoker!

“Two families looking to make energy efficiency a way of life in their new homes found an environmentally friendly haven in Mount Tabor Meadows, a Blacksburg community comprised of all EarthCraft-certified homes. Though different in size, both homes are equipped with green features suitable for any space.”  Click here to read more!

Meet the 5th Annual Sustainable Leadership Award Winners!

We’re so proud of all of our 5th Annual Sustainable Leadership Award nominees and winner. Join us in congratulating all of these amazing folks on their hard work in 2013, and check out the builders and projects who are leading the way in high-performance home building. Meet the winners! 

Join Us at Green Drinks on February 20th

February Green Drinks Please join us on Thursday February 20th from 5:30-7:30PM at the future home of Patrick and Margaret Anne Powers located at 3200 Floyd Avenue. Honor’s Corner, built in 1910 and named for its first owner and resident, Honor B. Patterson, occupies a corner of Floyd and Auburn Avenues in the City of …

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