Lindal’s “green package” has impressive specifications

| by Dan Wise
Lindal’s “green package” has impressive specifications

While the Lindal Cedar Homes began over 70 years ago with the idea to have homes compliment nature’s surroundings with beauty and efficiency, their “green package” has evolved with the advent of greater technology. This package includes advanced framing, Energy Star™ rated cedar-framed windows with energy-efficient glazing and other resource-efficient upgrades. These proven upgrades can be tailored to meet your site’s climatic conditions, as well as your personal preferences. Site-based designs minimize site disturbance, taking advantage of microclimate conditions through carefully planned siting. This is perhaps the most important and fundamental aspect of green building; one often overlooked. Lindal’s advanced framing provides the strength required by code with the most efficient use of materials, allowing for more insulation. When you build a Lindal home you get proven, professional know-how to maximize the efficiencies of nature and the building materials. For more information visit

Topics: Prefabricated Homes / Systems Built Homes / Modular Homes

Companies: Lindal Cedar Homes

Dan Wise
Dan started in the construction industry thirty-five years ago and from the beginning was involved in sustainable construction. Upon forming his own company, he used his experience and education in studying engineering at Penn State to provide sustainable energy efficient construction to his clients. Wise Construction is a Certified Green Builder and Remodeler by the Home Innovations Research Labs and is committed to high performance sustainable construction as a standard. Dan is a NAHB Certified Green Professional and was named the NAHB Green Builder Advocate of the Year in 2013. He currently chairs the Green Codes and Standards sub-committee for the NAHB. www

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