Makeover of the month – Going Green for Environmental Enjoyment

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Men laying new hardwood flooring
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The couple who owns this Roswell home wanted a new sunroom that would offer a view of their backyard along with a maintenance-free patio. Their requirements included energy-efficient and green-building practices, natural daylighting and a look that blended with the existing architectural style of the home. The team at MOSAIC Group [Architects and Remodelers] set to work, incorporating green-construction processes that included high-quality and energy-efficient windows; Icynene spray-foam insulation that was applied to the walls, roof, crawl space and non-vented crawl space; solar water heater; rain-collection barrel; low-VOC paints; and a separate high-efficiency HVAC system to condition the new space. The end result is a new environmentally friendly space that offers a great view and is also eligible for federal tax credits.
www.mosaicgroupatlanta.com

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Windows

Vytex Heritage Series PVC Resin Vinyl from North Georgia Windows,
www.ngwindows.com

Arbor

Custom-built by MOSAIC Group; materials from Arbors Direct,
www.arborsdirect.com

Siding

HardiePlank fiber cement
lap siding from Carolina Lumber, www.carolinalumber.com

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