Environment-friendly. Sustainable. Green. Call it what you will. You can be both smart and efficient when it comes to water usage, heating and cooling, insulation, windows, lighting, and building materials.
At DeLeers Construction, we call green construction Common Sense Green, and it lets homeowners as well as businesses implement affordable green building tactics to help the environment and lower energy costs. Regardless of your current situation—comfortable in your current space, ready to renovate, or building new—we can help.
How DeLeers Construction puts Common Sense Green into action:
Here’s the bottom line: smart, green commercial construction can save your business thousands in energy costs now and down the road. DeLeers Construction helps you think long-term. We’ll plan a strategy, conduct a green building analysis, and offer valuable LEED-certified advice.
Plus, DeLeers Construction is affiliated with the Wisconsin Green Building Alliance U.S. Green Building Council so we’re on the leading edge of green building techniques and materials. Let an experienced, commercial construction company help you work in your ideal world.
Fast Fact: Compact fluorescent light bulbs can save you $40 to $50 over their lifetime.
From minor changes aimed at improving your home’s performance to big-picture planning when building new, our green residential construction takes advantage of advances in technology that offer affordable green tactics. Not just because they lower your energy costs and add value to your home (greater resale value), but because they’re the right thing to do.
A few simple changes to your existing or new home can be good for you, your pocket book, and the environment. Let an experienced, custom home-builder help you live in your ideal world.
Fast Fact: Weatherstripping drafty doors and windows can reduce your heating bill by 10%.
“[DeLeers] are very gifted people in the sense of creating design. One of the things we appreciated is that, for us, they took an old house and were able to reconstruct it in a way that still lent itself to the old house but made us feel like we have a new home … they have good attention to detail and follow-through.”