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"I had some mild wind damage to my roof. Since I'm not an expert in roofing matters, I called my insurance company and they connected me with you. After assessing the damage it was suggested to me that the repairs would not meet my deductible and that an alternate rate would be given to me allowing me to cancel my insurance claim. The icing on the cake was the service of the technician. Not only did he fix the damage, but he looked over my entire roof and made minor repairs without prompting. The whole process was smooth, timely and affordable; from the initial phone calls, the assessment, to the actual work. Everyone I had contact with was very friendly and professional. I've sung your praises on social media and will not hesitate to refer others to you." -Amanda P.

Five Star Reviews From Satisfied Customers

First of all, our reputation is an essential part of who we are and what we do. At Springfield Restoration & Remodeling, we take pride in serving our customers to the best of our ability. Our business would not be where it is without our customers. We know that the many loyal patrons, in the local community help us be a great company. They return year after year which means we must be doing something right. The five star reviews our valued customers leave really give you a feeling of the connection our crews give the home and business owners in the area.

 

How Important Is Sustainable Design And Energy Efficiency When It Comes To Our Remodel Project?

Building construction and operations can have extensive direct and indirect impacts on the environment, on society, and the economy, which are commonly referred to as the 3 P's ('People', 'Planet', 'Pocketbook'). The field of sustainable design seeks to balance the needs of these areas by using an integrated approach to create "win-win-win" design solutions.

The main objectives of sustainable design are to reduce, or completely avoid, depletion of critical resources like energy, water, land, and raw materials; prevent environmental degradation caused by facilities and infrastructure throughout their life cycle; and create built environments that are livable, comfortable, safe, and productive.

Buildings use resources (energy, water, raw materials, etc.), generate waste (occupant, construction, and demolition), emit potentially harmful atmospheric emissions, and fundamentally change the function of land, and the ability of that land to absorb and capture water into the ground. Building owners, designers, and builders each face unique challenges to meet demands for new and renovated facilities that are accessible, secure, healthy and productive while minimizing any negative impacts upon society, the environment, and the economy.

In addition to including sustainable design concepts in new construction, sustainable design advocates commonly encouraged retrofitting existing buildings rather than building anew. Retrofitting an existing building can often be more cost-effective than building a new facility. Designing major renovations and retrofits for existing buildings to include sustainable design attributes reduces operation costs and environmental impacts, and can increase building resiliency. The "embodied energy" of the existing building (a term expressing the cost of resources in both human labor and materials consumed during the building's construction and use) is squandered when the building is allowed to decay or to be demolished.

Source: https://www.wbdg.org/design-objectives/sustainable