History And Business Come Alive With Green Construction In Cleveland

When you think about building green, which cities come to mind? Likely, San Francisco, California or Seattle, Washington enter your thoughts. You may even consider locations in Colorado or Vermont. But, expand your imagination and add Cleveland, Ohio to the list.

Revitalizing the area while preserving the environment is important to the community in this midwest city. In fact, to support this claim, Middleburg Heights, a suburb of Cleveland, makes Expedia’s list of the most eco-friendly places around.

With plenty of history and culture in Cleveland, existing structures offer opportunity to become host sites for modern commercial businesses. Renovating these buildings to be green and meet current codes makes them efficient for the companies using them and attractive to the community patronizing them.

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What exactly is green construction?

In terms of rebuilding, green means renovating structures to use less energy, conserve resources and use materials with little to no toxins. While the upfront costs prove greater than traditional options, the savings over the long haul compensate for this investment. In short, green construction is good for the city and good for business.

Green enhancements of old brick structures in Cleveland increase the value of these buildings. Plus, the historic significance, cultural diversity and beauty of this area are retained. Imagine a commercial property catering to patrons of the acclaimed Cleveland Orchestra or to visitors of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Think of the difference the following services make in revitalizing the old, turning it “green”:

  • Rebuilding masonry to preserve a building’s aesthetic and bones
  • Repairing roofs to protect the products and people within
  • Replacing doors and windows with more energy-efficient versions
  • Insulating against the famous northeast Ohio winters
  • Upgrading electrical systems and incorporating LED lighting
  • Painting exteriors and interiors with eco-friendly products
  • Swapping flooring with renewable, non-toxic options

Whether renovating in the trendy University Circle area with its emphasis on culture and education, near the diversity and deliciousness of the West Side Market or among the natural sites of the North Chagrin Reservation, Cultural Gardens, Greater Cleveland Aquarium or the Metroparks Zoo, Cleveland offers an ideal location for every business and every resident.

Green rebuilding isn’t only good for the environment, it also puts the green in your pocket as your company thrives in this growing city.

Look no further to find a Cleveland construction company committed to making your “green” visions a reality. Bishop Construction, LLC is one such company. Contact us today to start a relationship intent on building your success.
 

 
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