LEED Certified Homes

Your home is the most important building in your life.  Our LEED certified homes are built to keep you healthy and comfortable, from incorporating safe building materials to creating cleaner indoor air, all while using less energy and water.  In many markets, LEED certified homes are now selling quicker and retaining their value better compared to traditional homes.  Some of the most important buildings in the world are LEED certified.  Shouldn’t the most important building in your world be LEED certified, too?



What is LEED?

LEED, or Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design, is a green building certification program that recognizes best-in-class building strategies and practices. To receive LEED certification, building projects satisfy prerequisites and earn points to achieve different levels of certification. 


Materials and Resources

We use green building materials to limit Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and keep the air safe in your home.  When possible, we source locally to reduce transportation time and energy.

Energy Efficiency

Our homes are built to be air-tight and energy-efficient, ensuring that your home can be comfortably heated and cooled with minimal energy usage.


We work to make smarter use of your water, inside and out, to reduce water costs and consumption. 

Indoor Environmental Quality

Green buildings with enhanced indoor environmental quality protect the health and comfort of your family.  This is why our building practices promote better indoor air quality, lighting quality and acoustic design.

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Proven performance

If you’re serious about saving money, conserving energy, reducing water consumption, improving indoor air quality, making better building material choices, and driving innovation, then LEED is the best choice. Bar none.

We work with a third-party certification group that verifies that your project is designed, built and operating the way it was intended. It is also your first step toward managing your building through its entire lifecycle.


Continuous improvement

Behind the LEED program is immense infrastructure developed to support the leaders in the industry as they innovate and create cutting-edge, high performance buildings.  We make significant investments each year to maintain, operate, and improve LEED's delivery.  No other certification system comes close.


Lifetime of returns

LEED certified buildings cost less to operate, and can reduce energy and water costs as much as 40%.  Your home may also qualify for a host of incentives like tax rebates and zoning allowances.  For example, LEED certified homes in the City of Cincinnati are eligible for a 15-year property tax abatement.  Not to mention it will retain higher property values!


Contacts us for more information on LEED programs and projects