If you are interested in an environmentally conscious design build for a new home in Charlotte, contact me.
Design Build in Charlotte – As a LEED certified architect, I work to design and build homes that are environmentally conscious while incorporating the specific design elements my clients require. The LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification is part of the internationally recognized Green Building Rating System related to the sustainable and “going green” efforts of homeowners to lessen the impact of their home design build on the environment.
If you are interested in an environmentally conscious design build for a new home in Charlotte, North Carolina, contact me, Paul B. Clark, Architect. When you work with me on your design build, I will consider several factors to ensure your home incorporates sustainable resources as well as lessens an environmental impact at your site. Firstly, it is important to consider the total effects of your home build on the environment. Secondly, I develop creative solutions to reduce water consumption and provide a healthy setting for your family to live and work. Lastly, we will choose an optimal location for your design build and work to ensure minimized use of non-renewable energy.
From the structure of your home to energy consumption and the landscape design, my objective is to address your needs, create a sustainable design, and keep costs down. This is all with the goal of giving you a design build that perfectly represents your idea of home.
When you are interested in design and building a home in the Charlotte, North Carolina area that incorporates sustainable resources and accurately reflects your needs, contact me, Paul B. Clark, Architect at PBC Architect, to discuss your needs.
Paul B. Clark, Architect offers design build services in Charlotte, Catawba, Lake Norman, Lincoln, Mooresville, Denver, Huntersville, Cornelius, and Davidson, North Carolina.