This week’s Featured Bridge Award, presented by GBS Building Supply, is in the Craftsmanship Category, New Home. Fairview Builders’ project on Royal Oaks Court won the Bridge Award in the $1 million to $2 million price range.
|Fairview Builders at Royal Oaks Court|
The 2016 Southern Home and Garden Bridge Award was presented by GBS Building Supply for Best Kitchen in a New Home, $1 million to $2 million. Congratulations Fairview Builders. See all of the Bridge Awards by visiting HBAofGreenville.com.
This week’s Featured Bridge Award, presented by GBS Building Supply, is in the Craftsmanship Category, New Home. Ryan Homes’ project on Carrollton Court won the Bridge Award in the $250,000 to $500,000 price range.
|Ryan Homes at Carrollton Court|
The award included Best Kitchen, Best Bathroom, Best Exterior, and Best Overall. Congratulations Ryan Homes. See all of the Bridge Awards by visiting HBAofGreenville.com.
Help us unmask the winners at the I Heart Housing Bridge Awards! The black tie optional gala will take place on March 30, 2017 at TD Convention Center with GBS Building Supply as the presenting sponsor and WSPA’s Megan Heidlberg as the emcee.Click here
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Your Home Builders Association of Greenville’s President Elect, Bob Barreto of GBS Building Supply, has recently been named to the Board of Directors of Habitat for Humanity. Since 1960, your Home Builders Association has always endeavored to improve our community and we are proud that our association leaders are also committed to the cause.
GBS Building Supply and Carolina Green Builders partnered with Genesis Homes to help raise approximately $150,000 in materials and labor for one of the Upstate’s first net-zero homes. Once complete, the home is expected to produce as much electricity as it consumes, resulting in a “net zero” in energy use.The house will serve as an example of how sustainable building practices can help reduce energy consumption and substantially lower the cost of living.
The City of Greenville and GBS Building Supply will be sponsoring an open house event on Sunday, June 26 at 2:00 p.m. Light refreshments and drinks will be served. The public is encouraged to attend the ribbon cutting and tour the home afterwards to see its innovative energy-saving features. The home is located at 117 Mt. Eustis Street in Greenville.
The Greenville Area Interfaith Hospitality Network (GAIHN) has appointed a deserving family to move into the Net Zero House. The home’s solar panels will help the family save tremendously on their monthly energy costs as they continue to get back on their feet.
Clemson University School of Architecture provided the initial design of the home, with Group 1.6
Architects providing detailed site plans and elevation drawings. Chris Baddorf of Carolina Green Builders has graciously volunteered to serve as the home’s contractor.
For more information about the event or to make a tax-deductible donation to the project, visit www.NetZeroGreenville.com.