Welcome to Virginia's 1st Net Zero Community

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Small Home Building

Helping you design success!

What We Do

All About You

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Your home is our business.

 We believe in making your dreams and goals a reality and our experts know just how to do that. We're prepared to help you at any level, from impartial advice or practical assistance to help you make the most of every opportunity. 


Our goal is to build thriving communities where we are living as efficiently and environmentally friendly as possible as individuals and as a community.


We are also able to help you design your own ecofriendly community or

individual home.  


We believe in recycling and implementing all resources sustainably 

leaving no trace behind.

Our goal is to be not only carbon neutral but to generate energy to be utilized by the local municipalities where each community is located focusing first on providing energy needs for schools and medical facilities.





The Technical Stuff

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Whether you're just starting out or looking to restructure,

we've got you covered. 

Our mantra is: 

analyze, identify, advise, execute.

 

Our mission is to create relationships, 

not transactions.


 Our promise is that we'll be there, as questions or issues arise, 

every step of the way. 


Her only A+ in graduate school in civil engineering at the University of Virginia, Designing a Sustainable Future, the creator and founder has worked in the construction industry since designing and being a part of the entire build phase of her first mcmansion at the age of 14.


During graduate school, the founder worked for the 2nd largest land owner behind UVA in Albemarle County doing commercial renovations.  


She also worked as a consultant to:

www.AHIPVA.org and www.LEAP-VA.org 

during graduate school in 

Charlottesville, Virginia.

Our Expertise

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With a global footprint in over 60 countries and all 7 continents, each home is designed after a country where that country's design principles are instilled in the design and construction. 


 Utilizing an adobe, passive straw bale design, the home for Mexico will also implement solar tiles. Whereas, Holland will have a windmill theme.


Having participated in John Wesley Miller's green building week long program at the US Home Builder's Association Annual meeting in 2006, our creator 

became enthralled with the information and began devising a net zero, small home community in her future.


John Wesley Miller was the first person commissioned by the Department of Energy to devise the first net zero home in the late 80's.  There have been a total of 4 individuals commissioned by the DOE to build net zero homes.





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