Budget Blinds of West Seattle

Budget Blinds of West Seattle

Did you know that window coverings can lower your energy costs? Shades and Shutters have insulating qualities that can help keep the heat in on those cold, grey Seattle days. Solar shades can reduce your solar heat gain when the sun is out in Seattle! Our design consultants can also help steer clients to products that are made from recycled materials or renewable resources like bamboo. Watch us on YouTube here.

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BlueskinVP100 by Henry Company

BlueskinVP100 by Henry Company 

Henry Company’s roots date back to the 1930s when the company served as a supplier of construction coatings and cements. Recognized for its innovative technologies, Henry Company helped revolutionize energy efficient construction with the introduction of air barriers more than 30 years ago. Uncontrolled air leakage and rain penetration cause a wide range of building problems: wasted energy, uncomfortable drafts, mold growth and premature deterioration of the building itself through masonry cracking, brick ties, wall flashings, and more.

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Northwest Electric & Solar

Northwest Electric & Solar

Northwest Electric & Solar is a full‐service residential and commercial electrical contractor along with a full‐service solar contractor. The company was founded in 2011. They have been in the electrical field for over 10 years specializing in remodel, new construction, media, audio/video, solar, and introducing Powerwall. They are a Tesla Powerwall Certified Installer, which means they offer customized solar-plus battery solutions that enables you to access the free, abundant power of the sun and reduces your reliance on fossil fuels. 

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475 High Performance Building Supply

475 High Performance Building Supply

475 High Performance Building Materials 

475 helps make more durable, resilient, ecological, and energy-efficient buildings that optimize occupant comfort and health. We enable the building improvements required to dramatically reduce our energy demand and address our climate crisis. We are an ecommerce-based catalyst in the transformation of US construction to high-performance, low-energy and Passive House buildings. The name “475” is a reference to the heat demand requirement of the Passive House Standard, 4.75 kilo BTUs per square foot per year. Passive House is the gold standard for high performance construction today.

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King County Green Tools

King County Green Tools

King County GreenTools

The GreenTools program is designed to help all King County stakeholders green their built environment while addressing critical environmental issues, such as global warming, habitat restoration, solid waste reduction, and community planning. GreenTools provides technical assistance, hands-on training and policy development through community partnerships in public and private sectors.

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Greenhome Solutions, Seattle’s Sustainable Building Materials Supplier

Greenhome Solutions, Seattle’s Sustainable Building Materials Supplier

PaperStone recycled paper countertops made here in Washington, sustainably harvested hardwood and cork flooring, custom charred ’Shou Sugi Ban’ siding using local FSC Certified Doug Fir, healthy and durable Marmoleum flooring in endless colors and application options, and natural wool carpet the color of the sheep it came from.  These are just a few examples of the types of sustainably-made products available at Greenhome Solutions.

Located in Seattle on Nickerson Street, near the south end of the Ballard Bridge, Greenhome Solutions provides affordable, sustainable building products. The store caters to builders, designers, architects and contractors, as well as to homeowners and DIYers. The 4,000+-square-foot showroom displays hundreds of green products, most of which can also be shopped online: www.ghsproducts.com

Greenhome Solutions is the Presenting Sponsor of the 2018 Northwest Green Home Tour, which takes place on Saturday and Sunday, April 28 & 29, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Visit the store anytime, especially on tour days, when tour goers can receive special discounts and giveaways.

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Chinook Book

Chinook Book

Chinook Book carefully curates a community of local businesses who are committed to environmental and socially responsible practices. They help folks throughout Puget Sound discover and save at hundreds of local places via a convenient mobile app and annual print coupon book -- from everyday decisions, like where to go eat, to the big ones, like where to find environmentally responsible flooring. Explore the offers available near you (and download a 30-day free trial) at chinookbook.com.

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PSCCU

PSCCU

PSCCU is the not-for-profit, financial cooperative with a social conscience, all-in-one.

While we offer all the financial products and management tools anyone should need, we also diversify ourselves by incorporating a pay-it-forward approach to our members, the environment and communities by offering a variety of eco-friendly products, services and banking options. We empower our members to do more than they thought they could with their banking relationship. We have a great respect and commitment for our combined social, economic and environmental convictions and have built our financial cooperative around these ideals. Additionally, the PSCCU team goes the extra mile for our members time and time again. We look at everyone as an individual and work with our members to create a financial plan they can accomplish. So we welcome you to learn more by visiting our website at psccu.org. Then contact us so, we can get to know you better and find ways to help you not only financially, but socially as well.

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Built Green

Built Green

Built Green is one of the most successful regional green home certification programs in the country, currently certifying over half of new residential development in the City of Seattle. In addition to certifying green homes, Built Green promotes green building to builders and consumers, works with local governments and utilities to incentivize green building, and conducts research on the benefits green building has for residents, communities, and the environment. Built Green’s mission is to serve as the driving force for environmentally sound design, construction, and development practices in Washington’s cities and communities. For more information, visit builtgreen.net.

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Dunn Lumber

Dunn Lumber

Dunn Lumber Co.® is a family-owned retail lumber yard that has been doing business in the Puget Sound region for over 100 years.  With an ever-expanding product offering and 9 stores located from Everett to Normandy Park, their friendly, knowledgeable staff are ready to help you with your building material needs.  Whether you are replacing your deck, updating your windows or looking at a new kitchen, Dunn Lumber can help you achieve success.  Visit www.dunnlumber.com to locate a store near you.

 

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KW Nunes Group

KW Nunes Group

The team at Nunes Group Real Estate, Keller Williams Eastside, Inc. works to care for the environment and promote sustainable practices while successfully meeting the goals of their clients.

Nunes Group Real Estate is invigorated and inspired by new and improved ideas in housing today.

“We believe that environmentally-friendly, affordable housing is not only possible but essential to the future of flourishing neighborhoods in our region. “- Brenda Nunes, Nunes Group Real Estate. Keller Williams Eastside, Inc

Nunes Group Real Estate also works to enhance the quality of local communities by promoting sustainable building practices and affordable housing solutions through peer training and education as well as through the workshops on understanding housing options that they offer to the public.

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Addo Real Estate

Addo Real Estate

ADDO Real Estate was founded by mother-daughter team Cally Fulton & Danielle Johnson. We’ve been working with home buyers, sellers and builders in Seattle & the surrounding areas since 2004, with a focus on residential real estate, green & healthy homes, and the co-creation of intentional communities. We’ve been big supporters of the NW EcoBuilding Guild for more than a decade now, and were honored to have our Fifth Street Commons project presented at the annual Green Building Slam.

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