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Building Green

Energy star® certified Real Log homes

To earn the Energy Star®, a home must meet strict guidelines for energy efficiency set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. These homes are at least 15% more energy efficient than homes built to the 2004 International Residential Code (IRC), and include additional energy-saving features that typically make them 20-30% more efficient than standard homes

 

Energy Star Rated Log Home Sudbury, VT
Five Star + Energy Star Rated Real Log Home:

 

To earn the Energy Star rating, a home must meet strict guidelines for energy efficiency set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. An Energy Star home is at least 15% more energy efficient than homes built to the 2004 International Residential Code (IRC) requirements. A Real™ log home can easily exceed the minimal requirement to achieve an Energy Star rating. Click on the below Real™ log home for more photos and energy audit information.

Sudbury Vermont Energy Star Log Home
 
Energy Star Audit Sudbury VT Log Home
View Photos Of This Project Energy Star Audit Rating: 5 Star +

 

 

Real Log Homes Independent Representatives Strive to Build Responsibly

Real Log Homes Independent Representatives across the country realize the importance of building sustainably and responsibly and make it a point to stay knowledgeable on the various green building techniques.

 
 

Real Log Homes Partners with Environmentally Responsible Suppliers

It is not enough that Real Log Homes practices environmental responsiblity within our company, it is also important that our suppliers share the same principles that we do. To learn more about how the different components of your Real Log Homes Package meet various environmental standards, visit the below links.

   

Wood is a Natural, Recyclable, and Renewable Resource

Wood is a natural, recyclable and renewable resource. It grows without using artificial energy, and although it must be harvested and transported, the overall use of non-renewable energy is less than concrete or steel. Most of all, wood is a durable building material. With sensible protection from the elements, wood buildings have lasted centuries.

 

Reduce and Reuse

Cut-offs from our manufacturing process are recycled locally, and made available at no cost to people who use them for fuel and a variety of crafts and other projects. The sawdust from the process is provided free to local farmers. Metal strapping and other materials are gathered and recycled. Our tools are cleaned with citrus-based cleaners that won't harm the environment, and most of our shops' trucks and forklifts are powered with biodiesel fuel.