Green-Living Homes helps build a tiny house

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Green-Living Homes furnished technical assistance to help the CTC students construct a Tiny House which was built in their workshop and moved to the Fair Grounds this week to be featured for people to visit at the FCBIA Homeshow.

Green-Living helps build a replacement home for Mrs Snowden

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Green-Living Homes provided the design and furnished the modular home to replace the deteriorated home of Mrs Snowden.  The Department of Housing and Community Development and members of the FCBIA contributed their talents to make this project happen recently.  See pictures and YouTube video.

Green-Living Homes will attend the FCBIA Homeshow!

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Green-Living Homes will be at the FCBIA homeshow on March 18-19th in building 12 boot 1224 for people to stop by and say hello and find out how great modular homes can be.

Join Us November 18 for 10304 Cantor Ct, New Market House Setting!

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Green-Living Homes would like to invite you to the setting of a modular home November 18.  This new home will be located at 10304 Cantor Court, New Market.  This custom home is not only superior to a stick-built home, but is built to meet the new owners’ life style and accessibility needs. Come join us to see how a modular home goes together! Also, feel free to stop by most any weekday for the next month or so and preview this beautiful home while it is being completed! We are committed to building premier resource-efficient homes that are designed, constructed, and…

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Bennett Creek Site open for visits!

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Green-Living Homes would like to invite you to visit our newest completed project.  This new home is located at 2141 Mt. Ephraim Road in Adamstown, MD.  It will be open during the day next week, October 3 – 7.  If you would prefer to visit during the evening, please call for an appointment, 240-439-4351. This custom modular home is not only superior to a stick-built home, but is built to meet the new owners’ life style and accessibility needs.

Where have all the home builders gone?

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Liz Kovach co-owned Windswept Custom Homes in Dennis for more than two decades, building one or two custom homes per year on Cape Cod. But five years ago, Kovach and her husband decided to close up shop, with Kovach taking a job as a manager at a lumber company and her husband becoming a custom cabinet maker. “It was an economically driven decision,” said Kovach, noting that the construction industry was still reeling from the recession when she shut down her company. “It used to be fun to build homes, but it just became too difficult and more of a…

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Aerobic Septic Treatment

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David M. Gustafson; Extension Educator, Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering James L. Anderson; Professor, Department of Soil, Water, and Climate Sara Heger Christopherson; Extension Educator, Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering An aerobic treatment unit (ATU) pretreats wastewater by adding air to break down organic matter, reduce pathogens, and transform nutrients. Compared to conventional septic tanks, ATUs break down organic matter more efficiently, achieve quicker decomposition of organic solids, and reduce the concentration of pathogens in the wastewater. More than 20 brands of ATUs are available, but efficiency varies widely. A properly operating ATU should produce high-quality effluent with…

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We invite you to come visit!

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The house on Old Bohn Road has been set.  Please join us to see the progress of the home. We also invite you to sign up for a private/semi-private tour over the next several weeks to really get an up close look at just how luxurious and beautiful a modular home is. 5955 Old Bohn Road, Mt. Airy, MD 21771

Universal Design/Aging in Place

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Here at Green-Living Homes we implement features with your future in mind. Universal Design/Aging in Place, is designed to help with the transition through all stages of life. Click here to learn more!