As a LEED certified architect, it is important to me to be able to provide a healthy setting in which you can work and live in Mooresville.
As you conduct your research on home design and build, you may have come across the term “LEED certified” and wondered what it means. I believe that LEED certification is one of the most important reasons you may choose an architect or home builder, especially if you value sustainability and the use of natural elements in your home design.
Being LEED certified is significant because it indicates that one has a certification in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. Part of the internationally recognized Green Building Rating System, LEED certification indicates a knowledge of the optimal building locations for minimized use of non-renewable energy, as well as considerations of the effects of building on the environment.
As a LEED certified architect, it is important to me to be able to provide a healthy setting in which you can work and live. I will work with you to enhance sustainable practices and environmentally conscious choices during your home design and construction in Mooresville, North Carolina. I use my LEED certification to lessen the impact of your home building project, and to effectively incorporate renewable resources.
In a society of consumer excess and waste, each individual, family, and community can take steps to improve the impact on the environment through conscientious building. When you work with me, your LEED certified architect, I will help you achieve your “green” goals, while keeping costs down and addressing your home building needs.
Contact me, Paul B. Clark, Architect, today to learn more.