Tour: Chicago LEED Home built with ICFs

Written by  //  February 2, 2010  //  Education and Events  //  2 Comments

Attention: April Tour

Our april tour information is listed HERE.

February tour:

Ever wonder what goes into making a LEED home? Now is your chance to tour a home going through the LEED for Homes program that is substantially complete, pending final testing and verification. And best of all, the tour is free, scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 27.

LEED Silver candidate project in Logan Square, Chicago
Illinois LEED for Homes project targeting LEED Silver

This unique project includes features such as:

* constructed with Insulated Concrete Forms (ICFs)
* Paperstone rainscreen facade
* recycled plastic decking
* geothermal heat pump system
* vegetative green roof
* dual-flush toilets
* and more!

Join us on Saturday, Feb 27 at 10:30 AM for a tour of this unique green home located in Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood.  Address will be sent in the e-mail confirmation.

2931 W. Lyndale, Chicago, IL

This home has not yet been certified, but a LEED Silver level is anticipated.

Start Date: Feb 27,  2009
Start Time: 10:30
Price: FREE

Register for the tour on our Events page.

2 Comments on "Tour: Chicago LEED Home built with ICFs"

  1. Donn Thompson February 11, 2010 at 3:39 pm ·

    I plan on attending your tour and am very excited to hear about a LEED ICF home in our own backyard.

  2. Laurent October 21, 2010 at 6:15 pm ·

    It is nice to see LEED homes popping up in Chicago. Does LEED for Homes also cover existing buildings?

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