Seattle Green Building Contractor, Better Builders, Looks to the Recently Opened Bullitt Center to Lead Seattle into a Greener Future

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Seattle Green Building Contractor, Better Builders, hopes that the Bullitt Center, an environmentally friendly masterpiece of a building that was opened on Earth Day, April 22nd, 2013 will lead Seattleites to a green future where environmentally friendly homes are the norm and self sustainability is within reach.

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Seattle is proving itself to be a leader in the green revolution. This is displayed by the recent opening of the six-story, 50,000 square-foot Bullitt Center on Earth Day, April 22nd. This iconic building on Capitol Hill displays the future possibilities of green technology. The Bullitt Center hopes to self sustaining. It displays an overhanging roof lined with solar panels to power the entire facility, as well as a giant cistern that can hold more than 56,000 gallons of rainwater. It is said to be 83% more efficient than similar commercial buildings and it puts this on display for all to see.

This building is a spectacle for the Seattle community and will help to lead the city to a greener future. This encourages not only local commercial operations to build green but also local residents to build green custom homes. Seattle Green building contractor, Better Builders is proud to be among those pushing for a greener future for Seattle.

Better Builders has been a Seattle contractor for almost 20 years now and has always been a pioneer when it comes to building green. They love to build green homes, especially when building green does mean it costs more. Building green in many cases can save money and that’s something that Better Builders takes pride in. They build more environmentally friendly homes, that are more efficient, save money and don’t cost more to build. The future of green in Seattle is exciting and Better Builders is glad to help the revolution continue.

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