Case Studies

Whether you live in a craftsman or a Victorian, whether you’re looking to upgrade your kitchen or add another level, GreenPoint Rated is a better approach to your remodel. Read about the process from start to finish in our case studies.

Green home photoThe American
Green Home

The investor who purchased the home calculated that he could make cost effective retrofits and upgrades by taking advantage of the Energy Upgrade California in Los Angeles County rebate program and other incentives.

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Green home photoGreening a Greene and
Greene House

The first GreenPoint Rated historic home—a Greene and Greene house in Claremont—showcases how to improve a building’s environmental performance while protecting its architectural integrity.

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Green home photoA Large Home Gets
a Smaller Footprint

A luxury home approaches zero net energy use thanks to extensive efficiency improvements, renewable energy systems, and a “dashboard” for tracking energy and water consumption.

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Green home photoRevamping an Older
Tract House

A homeowner who is also an architect, contractor and Certified Green Building Professional, tackles his family’s bungalow, transforming the cramped and dated floor plan into a spacious, energy efficient and modern home.

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Green home photoA Solar Home That’s
Ahead of the Curve

The founders of a solar power company find out what it takes to modernize an older home and make it independent of fossil fuels.

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Green home photoA Green Approach to
Traditional Design

A San Francisco Edwardian undergoes a renovation that integrates green building practices with traditional design.

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