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It's Beautiful Being Green
The moment came to him in a moment of inspiration, an epiphany, two years ago. Today, it is reality.
"The mega-houses need to go away," says Moore. "We have to build smaller, build smarter. We're hoping to have people see who we are and what we're doing. This is where the building trade has to go. We're hoping it goes there sooner rather than later. As a society we have to reduce our carbon footprint and conserve the resources that we have."
Tom Moore in the News
- It's Beautiful Being GreenThe moment came to him in a moment of inspiration, an epiphany, two years ago. Today, it is reality. - Vermont B/A
- Insulating with Closed Cell Spray FoamClosed-cell foam acts as air-sealing, insulation, and secondary drainage plane in this unique home - Journal of Light Construction
- A Renovation Well Worth the WaitNot only was the home updated with beautiful finishes throughout, the space now functions more efficiently and comfortably for this family's busy life. - HomeStyle Magazine
- Local Home Wins Environmental Award"We'll go all over the east coast if it's a good project," he said. "Our company has about 15 awards of excellence in building and remodeling." - Press Republican
- Senior Renovations Often Make SenseTom Moore - Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist. - Champlain Business Journal
- Small WondersTom Moore uses every design trick in the book to eke all the available space out of little, detailed rooms. - Remodeling Magazine
- When Less Is MooreBuilder Tom Moore takes efficiency to the next level. - Efficiency Vermont Builder News
- Modern ConveniencesThe details make the kitchen. - HomeStyle Magazine
- The Secret's in the DetailsBeauty and efficiency are the bywords for this builder and woodworker. - Business People Magazine
- Built to LastHow "green" architects and developers are constructing Vermont's sustainable future - Seven Days