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Richard Bergman has been building homes for 20+ years. He was a design instructor at the University of Buffalo for 7 years and also built custom cabinets for the top furniture design stores. Along the way he began buying Buffalo city “fixer upper” homes and started a renovations business.


  • We Realize the Value of Home Comforts
  • We Focus on Green Building Principles
  • We Provide Energy Star Rated Products
  • We Lead by Example with Design
  • We Deliver On Time and Within Your Budget
  • We Strive for Quality & Excellence
  • Customer Satisfaction is Our Priority
  • We Provide Support Before & After Construction

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Some of our most frequently asked questions

What is Green Building?

While there are many different definitions of Green Building out there, it is generally accepted as the planning, design, construction, and operations of buildings with several central, foremost considerations: energy use, water use, indoor environmental quality, material section and the building’s effects on its site.

How does going Green reduce my monthly maintenance costs?

– Reduce your energy costs by 20-30 percent and reduce your water usage by 40-50% by using WaterSensible faucets and plumbing fixtures.
– Your home is built more durably than most standard homes because of high-quality building materials and better construction methods.
– Local, state and federal governments offer tax breaks and other incentives for building LEED and ENERGY STAR® approved homes.
– The market demand for green homes continues to rise as consumers worry about rising energy costs.

How do I create a healthier home for my family?

– By using toxin-free building materials you’ll combat indoor air pollution, which can be much worse than outdoor pollution. When building your new home consider using products like wheat-derived strawboard, natural linoleum made from jute and linseed oil, paints with little or no volatile organic compounds and toxin-free insulation made from soybeans.
– Keep your family-breathing better by installing natural ventilation with the use of mechanical ventilation systems to filter and bring fresh air inside and vent stale air outside.

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