The sustainable design nature of ENR architects began during youth while collecting salvaged building materials with which to construct play structures and vehicles, and while reading of the Native American principles of respect for resources and their efficient utilization.
Today, it is a privilege to participate in a profession where the impact of each decision can contribute directly to the conservation of resources, energy efficiency and health, both locally and globally.
As an Accredited Professional in the Leadership In Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program of the U.S. Green Building Council, ENR architects provide sustainable consultation for environmentally rated improvements, such as senior & community centers, retail centers and tenant improvements, down to specific selections for home improvements. ENR architects assist with consideration of green decisions against the practicality of contemporary construction methods, longevity, cost benefits and life cycle.
"Hi Eric, our fan is great! The vent is at the end of the hall and a not noticeable. It's very quiet. We hardly ever use the air conditioner.
Brett just measured and the fan is 110' from our farthest bedroom window. We usually open those windows the most and it cools the whole house.
I would always add a whole house fan like ours to any house.
(Custom Ranch Home)