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You can LEED the way to better homeowner ecology

It stands for "Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design". LEED is a voluntary program that greatly benefits homeowners, builders and our ecology as a whole. The effort is a world wide effort to address the entire lifecycle of our structures. Participation requires a minimum of 40 points achieved on a 110 point LEED rating system. Once certified, the homeowner enjoys lower operating costs, increased asset value and healthier indoor spaces. Builders construct a more forward-thinking, competitive and conscientious product, that better fits the requirements of today's buyer. Finally, over it's lifespan LEED certified structures reduce waste in landfills, conserve energy and water, reduce greenhouse gases, and quailfy for tax rebates, zoning allowances and numerous other incentives in many areas. LEED is quality program and Classic Living Homes is ready to make it a part of you...
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Homearama 2013 setting new level of excellence at Carriage Hill

In one word… Impressive! Homearama 2013 is set to be a unique experience for home shoppers and dreamers alike. Pencil in June 8-23, 2013 to tour Carriage Hill, located at 6306 Princeton Glendale Road in Liberty Township. In its 51st year, this premier home showcase will feature seven custom homes, located in a picturesque 400 acre setting. There is a 1882 carriage house, mature, rolling landscape, beautiful lakes, streams and woodlands. It is a sight to see, and truly a milestone of quality for our Cincinnati Home Builders Association, that oversees the event every year. With homes priced from $700,000 to $1,200,000, this is your chance to view the latest quality building ideas in person, and envision how they might be included in your Classic Living custom home.   Visit the Carriage Hill Homearama 2013 website
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