Enter To Win The HGTV Green Home Giveaway

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It’s a prize that’s worth over $750,000, and would blow any Extreme Makeover: Home Edition episodes out of the water. It’s HGTV’s Green Home, and it’s up for grabs in a contest going on right now. The house has already been stamped with a Platinum LEED certification as well as an Indoor airPLUS label, neither of which are easy to achieve. HGTV Green Home


It’s a prize that’s worth over $750,000, and would blow any Extreme Makeover: Home Edition episodes out of the water. It’s HGTV’s Green Home, and it’s up for grabs in a contest going on right now. The house has already been stamped with a Platinum LEED certification as well as an Indoor airPLUS label, neither of which are easy to achieve. It’s also been built with 30 additional green building design and construction features to make the home as environmentally friendly and energy efficient as possible.


The house is located in Tradition, Florida, so if you’re up for a relocation be sure to enter as often as every day online (or even more often by mail) up until June 5th for the chance to win a dream eco home. Check our more photos and videos of the home at HGTV’s offical Green Home site.

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