The RainShine House in Decatur, Georgia is a two-story, 2,800-square-foot home featuring three bedrooms, three and a half baths and some very impressive sustainable building materials. The name of the structure comes from its butterfly roof, which is designed to capture rainfall for a rain harvest system located in its basement and oriented to maximize southern exposure for a roof mounted photovoltaic system.

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extremeconcrete® high-performance concrete is NSF/ANSI 51 certified, and contributes to several LEED® credits; making it the perfect choice for the horizontal surfaces and countertops in this vibrant home.

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Beyond the fantastic eco-friendly features, the interior features beautiful aesthetics. Upon completion it was awarded the highest possible LEED® Platinum Certification, having exceeded the requirements by a significant 11 points.

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