Blog : Meet a Green Business: Futuro Builders

By Amanda | Jul 29, 2014 | in

Who: Futuro Builders

What: Futuro owner, Jesse Ware, first got his taste for building energy-efficient homes from his father during the 1970s. Since then, Ware has received LEED AP accreditation from the U.S. Green Building Council and specializes in building residential homes and commercial projects focused on environmental sustainability. Futuro’s residential and solar division specializes in zero net homes, which are homes engineered to offset the amount of energy consumed through interior design, extensive insulation, and efficient mechanical systems. Grid-tied solar panels harness renewable energy to heat, cool and power the homes, while cellulose derived insulation maintains efficiency in both energy demands and energy costs.

Where: 73 Court St. Portsmouth


What Makes them Green:
• Jobsite recycling program for incidental job waste.
• Construction waste recycling services for all project Dumpsters.
• Analysis of each project with energy modeling software.
• Use of high-performance insulation with high R-rating.
• Low-and no-VOC paints.

All Green Alliance Businesses are green certified. Read Futuro Builder’s full certification documents and learn more about the company’s sustainability initiatives and those of more than 100 other local green business at