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What You Need to Know?. 96. Why Green an Existing Home?. 97. Greening Challenges. Consider: Scope and complexity of the project Measurability and ROI - HVAC vs. IAQ or aesthetic improvements Savings on utility costs Impact on other home systems. Is the expense worth it?. 98. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • What You Need to Know?96

  • Why Green an Existing Home?97

  • Greening ChallengesConsider:Scope and complexity of the projectMeasurability and ROI - HVAC vs. IAQ or aesthetic improvements Savings on utility costs Impact on other home systems

    Is the expense worth it?

    98

  • Whole House?Not every element of a home needs to be greened in order to make a difference in comfort and operation cost.99

    What Does Green Home Mean?

    Source: The Shelton Group. EcoPulse 2009. Knoxville, TN: The Shelton Group; 2009.

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    A green home has all of these features0.328

    Electric power generation systems0.253

    Higher efficiency appliances0.251

    Water-conserving systems0.205

    Includesenvironmentally friendly products0.187

    Includes recycled materials0.169

    Low-e, high-efficiency windows0.115

    Higher efficiency HVAC systems0.11

  • Integrating New and OldUpdating one system may impact and require updates to another system. Historic homes may have restrictions on upgrades.

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  • Getting StartedWhat is the motivation?Health, comfort, functionality, water efficiency, other?What results are expected?Can recycled materials be used?Does the house provide enough daylight?Are utility bills high?What is the budget? ROI timeframe?

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  • ASID & USGBC REGREENWalkthrough assessment Check for air leaks firstAssessments and audits

    What to Do Next?

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  • Green Homeowners InsuranceCertified Green = discountsPerceived homeowner careConventional homes = higher premiumsReplacement systems will be green productsNet metering liability coverage Additional coverage for workers

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  • DeconstructionDeconstructionMaterials are re-usedDemolitionMaterials go to landfill104

  • Indoor Air Quality Issues105

  • Reseal the Building EnvelopeTop four upgrades are part of the building envelope.HVACWindowsWindow equipmentDoors

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    HVAC0.49

    New/Replacement Windows0.47

    Windows Hardware0.33

    Doors0.3

    Plumbing0.21

    Siding0.21

    Roofing0.19

    Flooring0.12

    Cabinets/Countertops0.1

  • Deep Energy RetrofitThe extreme of cost and effort.Can achieve 5095 percent energy savings.Includes: Building envelopeHVACPlumbingLightingAppliancesEnergy sources

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  • Greening OpportunitiesNew construction offers many opportunities. Opportunities also exist to green an existing home.kitchenbathroomfamily roombedrooms

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  • The Green Household

    Waste management and recycling plans:Avoid environmental pollution and health hazardsProhibit disposal of hazardous materials in the sink, into storm sewers, or on the ground.

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  • Disposal IssuesDown the drainHousehold products, lawn and garden products, workshop/painting supplies, automotive products, pesticidesPet wasteMay carry harmful bacteriaAppliancesContain potentially harmful materials.Check local disposal and recycling guidelines.

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  • Changing HabitsNew green systems require:an understanding of proper use.good green habits.

    Real estate professionals should make sure they understand the green features of a home and can direct buyers to sources of information.

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  • Summing Up124

  • Summing Up125

  • Green 100: Real Estate for a Sustainable FutureGreen 200: The Science of Green BuildingGreen 300: Greening Your Real Estate Business