2009 Tallahassee Parade of Homes

Real Estate Agent with EarthSTEPS

It is that time again!


It seems like only a few weeks ago since the 2008 Parade of Homes. This year promises to be even more exciting. With gorgeous weather upon us, and two full weekends of open houses, what are you waiting for. Come Check out the 2009 Tallahassee Parade of Homes!


This year's Parade of Homes has some spectacular entries. Many of this year's entries have gone green and received certifications for their energy-efficiency or sustainable building practices. Great examples exist of both affordable (BrackenChase) and high-end (GBGH Construction) examples of energy efficient ENERGY STAR buildings.

Builder's or homeowners wishing to build or remodel green: LEED, ENERGY STAR, Florida Green Building Coalition, or NAHB Green Certifications should contact North Florida's leading green professionals at EarthSTEPS.


For more information:

Alex Mordas, LEED AP
Vice President, EarthSTEPS
Senior Consultant, Green Building Division




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Sharon Paxson
Compass - Newport Beach, CA
Newport Beach Real Estate

Alex - this sounds like a nice event, and that is great they are going green. Hope it is a big success!

May 09, 2009 03:10 AM #1
Eva Armstrong
Environmental Visions - Tallahassee, FL
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Alex - Well done!  I hear the homes with Energy STAR and LEED Certifications in place and pending were heavily visited yesterday - great news for seeing green practices instilled in Tallahassee's building community!

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