Our Mission

Designed for the tropical/sub-tropical environment, Green Dwellings™ set out to create a beautiful, contemporary, healthy living space while reducing waste and the carbon footprint. Our goal is to produce more energy than we use. The company began with modular building and won the LEED Platinum award for the first solar, sustainable, modular home in Florida. Our modular division is on pause presently due to COVID related issues. We expanded into site-built luxury custom homes with even higher Hurricane wind protection at 280 MPH.

All Homes are LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Platinum Certifiable. For those who are unfamiliar with this rating standard, it was developed by the US Green Building Council to rate buildings based on hundreds of criteria to measure how energy efficient they are. There are three levels: Silver, Gold and the highest Platinum. We also won Sustainable Florida’s Award, “Best Practice Sustainable Green Building”.

Green Dwellings’™ stunning, contemporary designs with 12’ ceilings and 10’ glass doors flood the rooms with light and bring the outside in. We employ the most innovative, state-of-the-art energy saving techniques. Using only recycled and renewable materials, this new philosophy of building focuses on reduced energy consumption. The solar array is hidden from view, same with the solar hot water panels. We create a healthy living space with no toxic paints or chemicals and mixing fresh dehumidified air into the tight thermal envelope.

The solid construction of steel and concrete with impact windows exceeds the highest hurricane standards. Steel and concrete are recyclable and resistant to termites and mold, another big plus in the humid and hot tropical climates.

Our luxury custom site-built homes are built with a patented Spray Rock wall system of galvanized steel that doesn’t rust and concrete and engineered to an amazing 280 MPH, way above the 170 MPH wind code in Palm Beach Country.

You can have it all, luxury, solar, sustainable, hurricane strong, and net-zero