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Going Green in 11220 : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Dec 26, 2011
Anthony Mussolino answered:
Call Nat from Pittman Plumbing-he'll give you an honest estimate 9176817379.
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Mon Jun 22, 2009
Joseph Runfola answered:
Hello Yakov, Copper and copper alloys, such as brass and bronze, are showing up on roofs, entryways, facades, gutters, and downspouts. Even though it is quite expensive to purchase and install, they're seen as a good long term investment because they tolerate inclement weather. A properly installed copper roof will last more than 100 years, while most traditional shingle roofs only 30 years. Another good green point is that copper elements can be completely recycled, so they will never take up space in a landfill. If you look around Brooklyn and Manhattan you will notice many copper roofs (now a green shade like the Statue of Liberty) on older buildings. Also Yakov, did you know I also sell homes in Brooklyn? ... more
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Mon Jun 22, 2009
Joseph Runfola answered:
Not so well right now. In order to sell green in this market you need a educated buyer. Most buyers won't pay more just for green. It is one of my jobs to educate a buyer as to how much they will save in the long run. When they realize they could save as much as a third on monthly utilities in an energy efficient home, they're more likely to take a closer look. I predict green development will enjoy a bright future as the economy improves. ... more
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Fri Jun 5, 2009
Bill Eckler answered:
Welcome to Trulia!

Could you rephrase your question?

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