Hopkinton, NH, November 28, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- New Hampshire custom home builder and Certified Green Professional (CGP) Steven Reddy of Zetland Homes LLC is scheduled to discuss green building and energy efficiency on “The Other Albert Show” Sunday December 6 from 8 to 9 pm. Reddy will discuss the latest advances in residential building science as they relate to green building. He will explain green building programs including Energy Star, LEED for Homes and the National Green Building Standards. Green building includes home design and placement on the lot, building materials, energy efficiency, water conservation, and indoor air quality.
“The Other Albert Show” is on WCRN radio every Sunday night from 8-9 pm. It is hosted by Dr. Albert LaChance, internationally known author and speaker on ecology and spirituality. Streaming audio is available at http://wcrnradio.com and guests are encouraged to call 508-438-0965 with questions and to join the discussion. The program on green building continues the green theme following the show of November 29 focusing on organic farming.
Steven Reddy was one of the first in the nation to earn the Certified Green Professional (CGP) designation and is a charter member of the Build Green NH Council. Reddy is Operations Manager for Zetland Homes LLC, a residential construction company that specializes in high performance and green homes. They built the 21st Century Victorian Demonstration Green Home under the United States Green Building Council (USGBC) LEED for Homes Pilot Program. The Demonstration Green Home is the 2008 Cornerstone gold award winner for “most energy efficient design solution” and “best new home under $450,000” and the 2009 Dream Home silver award winner for “green home of the year”. Zetland Homes recently built the second home in New Hampshire being certified under Build Green NH which is based on the National Association of Home Builders Model Green Building Program. They are currently performing a deep energy retrofit on a historic farmhouse which is expected to be the first remodeling project in the Build Green NH certification program.