Donald A Gardner Architects, Inc Announces Green Initiatives

Greenville, South Carolina (PressExposure) August 12, 2008 -- Donald A. Gardner Architects, Inc., one of the nation’s leading residential house plan designers, announces two new environmentally conscious initiatives—a free guide to building green and house plans on recycled paper.

“We recognized demand from consumers as well as our builder customers for environmentally sensitive business practices. We are doing our part by printing our house plans on recycled paper and providing our customers with tips to make environmentally friendly choices as they build their new homes,” said Lex Stapleton, the firm’s senior architect and portfolio manager.

Because any set of house plans can be built in an environmentally sensitive way, depending on product choice, site analysis and landscaping, the free guide to building green provides valuable information on all aspects of environmentally conscious building practices. The free guide will accompany every set of Donald A. Gardner Architects, Inc. house plans sold and will be available on the firm’s website at

The recycled engineering bond paper that the house plans will be printed on is created from 30% post consumer waste and creation of the paper requires 60% less energy to make than virgin paper.

About Donald A. Gardner Architects, Inc.

Specializing in the design of single family residential homes, Donald A. Gardner Architects, Inc. offers award-winning pre-designed home plans, modification services and technical support for builders and homeowners, as well as marketing/public relations assistance for industry professionals. For more information on the products and services of Donald A. Gardner Architects, Inc., call 1-800-388-7580 or visit For interviews or other media inquiries, email

Heather McGowen
Marketing Communications Coordinator
Donald A. Gardner Architects, Inc.
PO Box 26178
Greenville, SC 29616
864.288.7580 ext. 319
864.627.8824 FAX

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Press Release Submitted On: August 01, 2008 at 9:49 am
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