Osada Construction is very proud to have won the 2014 Asheville Home Builders Association Builder of the Year Award. The award comes in the wake of having a featured home in the 2014 Asheville Parade of Homes which visitors explored at 37 Boulder Creek Way in the Falcon Ridge Community just minutes from Asheville.
Sustainability is increasingly mainstream, and LEED certification is commonplace in commercial design.
What started out as social responsibility is becoming standard business practice.
The last decade has proven that sustainability is hardly a trend. It’s more of a movement – and it’s happening from within. In a time of slow growth, many Asheville builders are shifting from fast and cheap to the affordable and sustainable model. It hasn’t exactly galvanized a non-start sector, but construction work, like construction materials, may improve as a result of sustainability standards. As commercial construction and new home building continues to comes back, it will come back stronger and greener than ever.
In North Carolina, green incentives are offered by the state and local governments, as well as private agencies. They consist of tax credits, discounts, loans, grants, and rebates. Unfortunately, it’s easy to get confused with so many options for green financial assistance.
There are many benefits to building a home with a green builder; some environmental and others economical. When someone with knowledge of the materials and systems that can be used in green construction is involved in every step of the design and development process for your new green building project, you will save critical natural resources and will have a home that uses less energy than a conventional home. There are several companies offering luxury home construction in the greater Asheville area are that market themselves as green home builders - few of them have the experience, portfolio, quality, and customer-service-oriented experience that you'll find at Osada Construction.
Osada Construction is proud to be members of both the Western North Carolina Green Building Council and the Green Built North Carolina program. We have extensive experience in many efficiency systems and can offer guidance and execution in any green project regardless of size or complexity.