Long Island Modular Homes offers several energy-efficient, recycled and renewable products and services  that are currently available for use in your new home.  Ask your sales rep about Green Building and how it can lower the cost of owning a new home.  Pinecrest has partnered with modular manufacturers who are utilizing new GREEN building products at the factory level.  Click below to find out about current and future environmentally friendly building practices.

Eco-Smart Cabinets, Countertops and Backsplashes: Today there is a wide variety of environmentally friendly kitchen cabinets made from rapidly renewable resources and reclaimed materials.

Wheatboard Cabinetry
Bamboo Cabinets & Countertops
Paperstone Countertops

Eco-Smart Flooring, There are several environmentally friendly options available.


Cork Flooring
Marmoleum Flooring
Bamboo Flooring

Geothermal Heating System uses heat retained underground to assist in heating or cooling your home.  There are substantial rebates available for installing these systems.
More on Geothermal

Tank-less hot water systems are a great, energy efficient way to provide instant hot water to you new home.
Tankless HW System


Solar Water heating and Solar Power Distribution Systems can save you up to 35% on electricity costs and eliminate nearly 80 tons of CO2 from entering our atmosphere.  Federal tax incentives make installing these systems extremely affordable.

Solar Power Information

Green Building Processes

Energy Efficient Appliances:
Utility providers in some states offer rebates for homeowners who purchase appliances that exceed minimum efficiency standards.  Look for the Energy StarŪ sticker on all your new appliances.

Visit Energy StarŪ

The following links will provide a wealth of information on Green building practices. 

Modular vs. Site Built - Cost to Build

NAHB National Green Building Program

Do you live in a safe and healthy home?

Best of Green Design 2008: 16 Products & Projects for Your Home


Energy Efficient lighting can drastically reduce your energy consumption.  Switching to Compact Fluorescent bulbs (CFL's) will consume almost 75% less electricity.