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June 15, 2007

A Close Look at an EarthCraft Home

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Ec_logo The Blue Ridge Home Builders Association continues its 2007 EarthCraft Home Tour this weekend at ten locations throughout Charlottesville and Albemarle County. EarthCraft House provides a set of guidelines to home builders so they can construct energy-efficient houses that have less impact on the environment.

We visited two homes being built near Profitt Road in Albemarle County to in find out some of the construction elements that go into an EarthCraft home. These homes are being put together by Dominion Development.

In this first-ever video feature from Charlottesville Tomorrow, we speak on location with Dominion's John Kerber and Jay Willer of the Blue Ridge Home Builders Association.

Sean Tubbs

Watch this six-minute video below:

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