You're invited to visit the Proud Green Home at Serenbe

You're invited to visit the Proud Green Home at Serenbe

The Proud Green home at Serenbe is scheduled to open its doors to the public on August 16 and 17. This high-performance home will be open for tours to educate and inspire people to create their own Proud Green Home. 

Proud Green Home @ Serenbe

The world introduction of The Proud Green Home at Serenbe is Friday and Saturday, Aug 16th - 17th and YOU are invited.

What you will witness: 

The Serenbe sustainable community: located just south of the Atlanta airport. This amazing community will change the way you think about sustainable living. In a lifetime, one does not want to miss this special place.


The Proud Green Home at Serenbe: tracking to be a net-zero, EarthCraft Platinum House of unique design and construction, and thoughtful product integration.

The Proud Green Home at Serenbe interactive gallery: discover how this unique home expresses building science, better construction techniques, and wonderful products that demonstrate the future of high performance homes.

Read more at the Proud Green Home at Serenbe Research Center. Directions and additional information on the community of Serenbe can be found at

[Serenbe home photos courtesy of Jodi Laumer-Giddens]



Builder - Imery Group / Architect - LG Squared Inc. / Community - Serenbe
EngageCX by CX Technologies, LLC / SmartBIM / Southface


BASF / Benjamin Obdyke / Boral Bricks / Huber Engineered Woods / KleenWrap / Kohler
LG Electronics - LG HVAC - LG Solar / Metal Sales / Ply Gem
PowerWise Systems / PPG Architectural Coatings / Wood-Mode / Zehnder America

Topics: Proud Green Home at Serenbe

Companies:, Southface Energy Institute, Kohler, BASF Corporation, PPG Pittsburgh Paints, Kleendeck, LLC, LG Squared, Inc., The Imery Group, Benjamin Obdyke, Zehnder America, Huber Engineered Woods, Wood-Mode, Inc.

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