We’re getting excited for this year’s NW Green Home Tour from the Northwest EcoBuilding Guild. The 2017 tour will be the seventh annual event that brings together thousands of visitors, helps educate the public on green building, and lets you get into homes and experience real-life sustainable solutions in person!
We will be co-hosting a site on the tour with LD Arch Design. The Westwood Addition project features DEEP GREEN solutions and infrared radiant ceiling panels.
April 29 – 30, 2017 | 11 am – 5 pm
Join us! FREE Tickets Here
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We are excited to sponsor this year’s Phinney Design & Remodel Fair. Join us and over 70 other local contractors, architects, suppliers, designers, landscapers, and nonprofits. This year’s focus is “Let’s Get Ready! – for family additions, accessibility for aging, earthquake preparedness, and downsizing.
Our very own Laura will be doing a presentation on “Heating Simply for a Small Footprint.” She will focus on living in a smaller or modified footprint with hybrid heating solutions that are a super comfortable and healthy solutions while saving space, being less expensive to install, and treading lightly on the environment.
Sunday, January 29, 2017
11am – 4pm
Phinney Center Blue Building | 6532 Phinney Ave N
Want a 2 for 1 ticket? Email us!
Mighty Energy is proud to announce that we are co-hosting a site on the NW Green Home Tour! The Westside Remodel + Heat Conversion (April 25, 11-5, 3443 49th Ave SW, Seattle) is a simple and sweet, 2-story, energy efficient addition designed by Young Architecture to give this family a little breathing room. Mighty Energy supplied SolaRay infrared radiant ceiling panels to partner with a new ductless heat pump for a total heat conversion from their forced air furnace system.
Even with adding square footage, this family hadn’t seen an increase in their electrical bills thanks in large part to their new heat system as well as smart, efficient building techniques. Stop by the site any time between 11-5 to experience the difference radiant heat can make in a Pacific Northwest home.
Learn more about this and other sites on the NW Green Home Tour.
That is the question Seattle Good Business Network is asking these days in the Community Capital: Seattle series designed to educate, connect, and spark dialogue around the emerging field of community capital.
Featuring successful, tested models from here and around the country, the series of breakfast meetings and happy hour panel discussions focuses on a different business or investment model each month. The conversations will explore how each model can be used for Seattle residents to begin to invest locally, how local businesses can take advantage of these funds, and what new projects might be started as a result.
Sound interesting? Reserve your spot for the next gathering here and pass word to your financial advisor to get him or her thinking outside the box too!