buildings going green

Look around, what do you see? If you happened to live within the city limits, of course you'd say buildings. Tall, strong, and mighty buildings! But did you know that these buildings can be environmentally friendly today? Investors can now invest on energy-efficient buildings and homes through the help of Norsteel Buildings, a leader of pre-engineeredsteel buildings.

Since more and more buyers would like to go green and protect the environment, Norsteel offers affordable options for green buildings, fully customizable to suit ones project need. Going green has many benefits. You can save money with energy and water efficiency, improve the quality of life for people and employees working within the green building, and a lot more. Wouldn't it be nice if even in this urbanized world we could still go green!

Bottom line is, if you're planning for a building project such as steel buildings, commercial buildings, riding arenas, warehouses, schools, shops, and green buildings, Norsteel is the perfect partner you'd like to work with. You can visit them online and request a quote fast and free!


admin said...

Yes, I teach green building concepts to the real estate industry so it is wonderful to see buildings becoming more attractive and energy efficient. Education will scale this quicker- We just launched 2 courses on line-

David said...

Save money and the Earth and be clean at the same time! Get serious and add Bathroom Bidet Sprayers to all your bathrooms. I think Dr. Oz on Oprah said it best: "if you had pee or poop on your hand, you wouldn't wipe it off with paper, would you? You'd wash it off” Available at with these you won't even need toilet paper any more, just a towel to dry off! Don’t worry, you can still leave some out for guests and can even make it the soft stuff without felling guilty. It's cheap and can be installed without a plumber; and runs off the same water line to your toilet. You'll probably pay for it in a few months of toilet paper savings. And after using one of these you won't know how you lasted all those years with wadded up handfuls of toilet paper. As for water use a drought is always a concern and must be dealt with prudently but please remember that in the big picture the industrial water users always far exceed the water use of household users and in the case of toilet paper manufacture it is huge. The pollution and significant power use from that manufacturing process also contributes to global warming so switching to a hand bidet sprayer and lowering your toilet paper use is very green in multiple ways.