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Join us for a tour of the 1st EMF-Reduced Rowhome Community in Seattle Sunday Oct 4th

September 29, 2015
Seattle's leading green home and building biologists demonstrate key construction techniques used for VIDA, a green community design of 15 rowhomes in the Central District, located at 120 20th Ave, on Oct 4th from 1pm-4pm.

Seattle’s leading green home and building biologists demonstrate key construction techniques used for VIDA, a green community design of 15 rowhomes in the Central District, located at 120 20th Ave, on Oct 4th from 1pm-4pm.

Green Guru’s  to Lead the “Behind the Walls Tour” of Seattle’s first “EMF Reduced” Rowhome Community 

SEATTLE-  Isola Homes, Seattle’s leading green home builder and local building biologists  to demonstrate key construction techniques for VIDA,  the  green community design of 15 row homes in the Central district, located at 120 20th Avenue, on October 4, 2015, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m..

Unlike a traditional open house, a behind the wall tour occurs near the final stages of construction . Sunday’s behind the wall tour will showcase the “deep green” components of the project such as shielded wiring for  the EMF-reduction ‘Quiet Zone’, fiberglass rebar in  the foundation, non-toxic materials, and a community designed site plan.

“While all of Isola Homes’ projects are certified “Built Green”, this an opportunity  to see, touch, and learn about Seattle’s first electromagnetic field (EMF) reduction project – before the walls are sealed closed ,  said Dana Stream of Lifestream Solutions; the project’s primary building biology consultant.

Tours will be led by members of the project team including, Brian Byrne (Construction Manager) for Isola Homes; Dana Stream (Sustainable Lifestyle Consultant), Michael Cleveland (Green Building Advisor), and Steve Davis (Environmental Home Inspector) of Lifestream Solutions; Jay Miller (Managing Director) for Alchemy Real Estate; and Eva Otto (Managing Ecobroker) at Infiniti RED.

In addition to a tour of the various building biology components of the building design, Stream will be available to discuss VIDA’s community development program. “Sunday’s tour is also ideal for people interested in learning how healthy buildings help make healthy communities”, says Stream.

Tours are free and open to the public, anytime from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

About Isola Homes
Isola Homes is a Seattle-based home builder specializing in Built Green modern homes. By continually implementing innovative sustainable design and environmental stewardship in our construction techniques, our homes stand for their livability, quality construction and energy efficiency. http://www.isolahomes.com <http://www.isolahomes.com/&gt;

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