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Earth Bound Homes

At Earth Bound Homes green building means is a lot more than just energy-efficiency. Green building is about homes that are better to live in because they have little or no utility bills, almost no maintenance and are much healthier to live in because they contain no toxic or off gassing building materials.

For over a decade, we have used science as our guide to building homes. We have adopted the most innovative techniques and use the best materials to create homes that are both environmentally friendly & aesthetically pleasing. And our credentials speak for themselves: We have recently completed the first zero Carbon/Zero Energy LEED Platinum home in California. In Santa Clara, we have built the highest rated Green Home in California, and we are currently building what is going to be the highest rated LEED-Platinum home in the country and our third Net Zero Energy House.

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The metal brackets weren't used in $17500 power brace system ! This is there alternative method of choice ? Should I file a compliant with BBB ?
Oct 30, 2018
Greg,  What did the contractor say.  Why didn't she/he use them.  I would talk to the contractors before I file a complaint with the BBB.  Can you tell me more about the project? Philip Anderson\
I have a client that would like to frame, insulate & drywall over a exterior door in her kitchen. The home is in DC are there any code issues or permits req?
Jul 25, 2016
yes I would be concerned about the egress issue (or the ways in which you can exit the home).  I would always check with the building department.  Philip HDR Remodeling Berkeley Ca

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