Green Residential Committee - Southwest Ohio USGBC Chapter - Green Home Tours

May 29, 2017 7:57:17 AM / by Chuck Lohre posted in Green Building Marketing, Green Marketing, Green Building, Featured, Business to Consumer Advertising, Green Living Wall, Green Home Tours, LEED, USGBC

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Mission: To provide education on sustainability in everyday tasks by promoting household environmentally sound practices to transform the way homes are designed, built, and operated enabling healthy, prosperous and environmentally and socially responsible living.

Committee Chair: Toni Winston, Tiburon Energy

Contact to Volunteer or Participate: toni@tiburonenergy.com

Green Home Tours: No charge for USGBC Ohio members (you can bring a guest), join the Ohio Chapter. If you don't have a USGBC Ohio membership registered account, go to www.usgbc.org and click on “Account” in the upper right. A window will come up, click on the “Don’t have an account? Create one.” Once you register your free account, you should be able to pay your dues for the "USGBC Ohio Chapter". You don't have to register as a USGBC business. Non-members are asked to donate $15 per person at the door. Contact Chuck Lohre to register for the tours or be introduced to any of the owners of past and future tours, Chuck@Lohre.com, 513-260-9025. 

Sponsored by The Sustainable Partnership of Cincinnati, a group of businesses offering sustainable products and services to create sustainable homes and offices. Learn more at www.tspcincy.com.

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A Very Sustainable Home in Cincinnati, Green Home Tour May 27, 2017

May 15, 2017 9:40:47 AM / by Chuck Lohre posted in Green Building Marketing, Green Marketing, Green Building, Featured, Business to Consumer Advertising, Green Living Wall, Green Home Tours, LEED, USGBC

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WHAT: Morales Luganbill, USGBC Green Home Tour

WHERE: Oakley Neighborhood, Cincinnati, OH (address provided after registration)

WHEN: Saturday May 27, 2017 10 am till Noon

Possible LEED Platinum home. It's a compact house on a small infill site in a walkable neighborhood. The large glass openings are concentrated on the south side to take advantage of passive solar. The exterior walls are offset double stud with spray foam insulation to limit thermal bridging and provide an air tight envelope. The heating system is hot water radiant. The cooling system uses high-efficiency mini-split heat pumps. 

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