Green Building

Alpaca Fiber Insulation Company of Ohio

Website: http://www.alpacainsulation.com/

Alpaca Fiber Insulation Company of Ohio specializes in harvesting all natural alpaca fibers into home insulation. Alpaca fiber is 100% natural soft durable luxurious and silky. It’s similar to sheep’s wool, however it is warmer not prickly and has no lanolin which makes it hypoallergenic. The fiber insulation is naturally water-repellent and difficult to ignite. Address: 3994 Whitacre Ave SE, Minerva, OH 44657. Visit website for more information.

Phone: 330-705-6170 City: MinervaCounty: Stark

Central Fiber Corporation

Website: http://www.centralfiber.com/

“Central Fiber Corporation is an environmentally based manufacturer of products made primarily from post-consumer newsprint and virgin hardwood chips. Central Fiber products include: cellulose insulation, hydroseeding mulch, alternative daily landfill cover, erosion control products and industrial fibers. In a typical year, Central Fiber converts more than 25 million pounds of recovered wood and paper into quality products.” Address: 1525 Waynesburg Dr. SE, Canton, Ohio, 47707. Visit website for more information.

Phone: 800-654-6117 City: CantonCounty: Stark

Earthbuilt

Website: http://www.susanclellen.com/

“Natural building materials are my passion. My commitment to clay as a building material first awakened in me as I developed my MFA thesis concept around “modular sculpting components”. I created site-specific installations using salvaged brick as well as hand made clay blocks and cast concrete pieces… Today, as a builder and designer, I am an advocate for the use of natural building materials wherever possible and in ways that are both appropriate and sustainable. Passive solar design when incorporated with thermal massed earthen materials is an exceptional energy conservation solution. When combining natural plant-based insulation, cob and clay plaster wall finishes, the advantages and sustainable implications are quite significant.” Address: Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Visit website for more information.

Phone: 216-509-1664 City: Cleveland HeightsCounty: Cuyahoga

Frog Hauling Dumpster Rental

Website: http://froghauling.com/

Frog Hauling Dumpster Rental is a locally owned and operated Columbus, Ohio dumpster rental company. We recycle and or donate anything possible in order to keep trash out of the landfill. We offer information on our website on how to properly dispose of hazardous waste and where to recycle. Address: 1601 West 5th Avenue #127, Columbus, OH 43212. Visit website for more information.

Phone: 614-258-3764 City: ColumbusCounty: Franklin

Gilkey Window Company

Website: http://www.gilkeywindow.com/

“To give our customers the most dependable window and service, we started manufacturing our own vinyl window in 1986. We were the first company in Cincinnati to offer a totally fusion-welded window system and the first to offer a window with custom spectrally selective Low E glass. In addition, Gilkey was the first manufacturer in Cincinnati to be rated by the National Fenestration Rating Council (NFRC) and qualify for the Energy Star from the Department of Energy. Gilkey Window Company is recognized nationally as having the highest quality vinyl windows in the United States.” Address: 3625 Hauck Road, Cincinnati, OH 45241. Visit website for more information.

Phone: 800-878-7771 City: CincinnatiCounty: Hamilton

Great Lakes Design Collaborative

Website: http://thegldc.com/

“Great Lakes Design Collaborative believes in designing spaces which maximize our impact on the marketplace, while minimizing our impact on the environment. As a proud member of the USGBC, we are committed to helping our clients understand both the costs and rewards associated with “going green.” Services include Space Planning, Store Planning, Fixture and Lighting Design, serving Grocery, Apparel, Merchandise, Hospitality, Restaurant and Office markets. Address: 3311 Marvin Ave Cleveland, OH 44109. Visit website for more information.

Phone: 216-469-1579 City: Cleveland HeightsCounty: Cuyahoga

Green Leaf Cabinetry

Website: http://www.greenleafcabinetry.com/

“We manufacture our cabinetry using “Pure Bond Plywood” A formaldehyde-free bonding agent is used to make the plywood. Our wood for doors and drawers are F.S.C. certified [Forestry Stewardship Council] from well managed forestry or locally harvested from municipal trees that have been cut down or had to be cut down. All our finishes are low or zero V.O.C. [volatile organic compound] content.” Address: PO. Box 110875, Cleveland, Ohio 44111. Visit website for more information.

Phone: 216-225-2334 City: ClevelandCounty: Cuyahoga

Greener Stock

Website: http://www.greenerstock.com/

“Greener Stock is a one-of-a-kind Resource and Design Center in Cincinnati specializing in natural, non-toxic, and eco-friendly building products for the home and business including wall finishes, flooring, countertops, and water/energy efficiency…We offer a range of services including architectural design, LEED/green consultation, salvaged materials sourcing, and more.” Address: 3528 Columbia Parkway, Cincinnati, OH 45226. Visit website for more information.

Phone: 513-321-0567 City: CincinnatiCounty: Hamilton

Habit for HumanityReStore-Akron

Website: http://www.hfhsummitcounty.org/item/300

“The ReStore is open to the public and sells new and gently used building materials and household goods. The ReStore is a perfect place for contractors, landlords and do-it-yourselfers to shop.” Address: 1020 Canton Rd. Akron, OH 44312. Visit website for more information.

Phone: 330-784-2100 City: AkronCounty: Summit

Habitat for Humanity ReStore-Canton

Website: https://www.restoreeco.org/

Habitat for Humanity ReStore is more than just a home improvement store. It’s a community improvement store. Our inventory comes from donations from people just like you, and when your donated items are sold, the proceeds help Habitat for Humanity create safe, stable, and affordable local housing. Each donation and purchase helps change lives. Address: 1400 Raff Road SW, Canton, OH 44710.

Phone: 330-915-5888 City: CantonCounty: Stark

Habitat for Humanity ReStore-Cincinnati

Website: http://www.habitatcincinnati.org/Restore.aspx

“The ReStore is a home improvement discount outlet that sells appliances, furniture, building materials, plumbing, electrical supplies and more at greatly reduced prices. Items are donated by local retailers, contractors and individuals in the community. Profits are used to further Habitat for Humanity of Greater Cincinnati’s mission to build simple, decent and affordable housing for people in need. ReStores also provide an environmental and socially responsible way to keep good, reusable materials out of the waste stream.” 3 locations: Bond Hill at 4910 Para Drive; Cheviot at 3970 North Bend Road; and Hamilton at 896 Fairview Avenue. Visit website for more information.

Phone: 513-721-4483 City: CincinnatiCounty: Hamilton

Habitat for Humanity ReStore-Cleveland

Website: http://www.clevelandhabitat.org/Restore/index.html

“This Habitat for Humanity store: “ReStore REuses, REcycles and REsells functional building materials and tools, thereby diverting thousands of tons of usable materials from local landfills. The community gets affordable and sometimes unusual items for home improvement and renovations at discounted prices.” Address: 2110 West 110th Street, Cleveland, Ohio 44102. Visit website for more information.

Phone: 216-429-1299 City: ClevelandCounty: Cuyahoga

Habitat for Humanity ReStore-Columbus

Website: http://www.habitatmidohio.org/restore/

“Habitat’s ReStore is a discount home improvement store that accepts and re-sells new and reusable home improvement building materials. The store is open to the public and revenue from sales directly offsets the administrative costs of Habitat for Humanity-Greater Columbus. Habitat’s ReStore supports the mission of eliminating substandard housing and creating homeownership in Franklin and Licking counties. Individuals, stores, businesses, general contractors, home remodeling contractors, and others regularly donate new and reusable materials from home remodeling projects, new overstock inventory, samples, scratch and dent items, and much more. We also remove and salvage materials from buildings being demolished. These materials are sold to the public at approximately 50% off retail prices.” There are 2 locations in Columbus:
3140 Westerville Road, Columbus, OH 43224 and 240 N. Wilson Road, Columbus, OH 43204. Visit website for more information.

Phone: 614-737-8673 City: ColumbusCounty: Franklin

Habitat for Humanity ReStore-Dayton

Website: http://www.daytonhabitat.org/restore/

“Find unusual, discontinued, new and gently used products at a great discount. Whether you are looking for that special bathroom sink, kitchen cabinets, doors, windows, paint, lighting fixtures or anything else for your home or rental property… shopping at the ReStore is a must. New inventory arrives daily.” Address: 115 W. Riverview Ave., Dayton, Ohio 45405. Visit website for more information.

Phone: 937-586-0863 City: DaytonCounty: Montgomery

Habitat for Humanity ReStore-Delaware

Website: http://habitatdelawareco.org/restore-2/

“The ReStore offers building supplies often priced at less than half of the retail value. Not only does shopping at the ReStore save you money,it ensures that resusable supplies do not end up in a landfill, and best of all, every penny raised goes toward Habitat for Humanity’s home partnership program helping house families in Delaware County.” Address: 305 Curtis Street, Delaware, OH 43015. Visit website for more information.

Phone: 740-363-9950 City: DelawareCounty: Delaware

Habitat for Humanity ReStore-Kent

Website: http://habitatofportage.org/restore/

“The ReStore is part of Habitat for Humanity of Portage County. It’s full of things to refurbish, remodel, renew, and redefine your home…The ReStore accepts donations of new and nearly new building supplies, furniture and appliances and sells theses at huge discount prices. It helps keep usable materials from going into landfills, too. Habitat uses the profits to build and rehab houses in Portage County for those in need of decent and affordable housing.” Address: 1510 S. Water Street, Kent, OH 44240. Visit website for more information.

Phone: 330-677-8881 City: KentCounty: Portage

Habitat for Humanity ReStore-Lima

Website: http://www.habitatlima.org/

The ReStore offers salvaged and/or gently used homebuilding and renovation materials to the public. Address: 550 W. Elm St., Lima, OH 45801. Visit website for more information.

Phone: 419-222-4257 City: LimaCounty: Allen

Habitat for Humanity ReStore-Maumee

Website: http://www.mvhabitatrestore.org/

“Maumee Valley Habitat for Humanity ReStore is a public retail outlet that sells quality new and used surplus building materials, furniture, and appliances that are priced 30% to 80% lower than retail. The proceeds help fund our homeownership and repair programs.” Address: 1310 Conant Street, Maumee, OH 43537. Visit website for more information.

Phone: 419-382-1658 City: MaumeeCounty: Lucas

Habitat for Humanity ReStore-Medina

Website: http://www.medinahabitat.org/index.html

“The Habitat ReStore is a retail building materials sales center that is open to the public. The Restore receives donations of new, and like new, usable materials from local builders and retail establishments and is able to offer these materials to the public at a fraction of their retail price. We also accept donated items from individuals for resale. The proceeds are applied to help us fulfill our mission.” Address: 342 East Smith Road, Medina, OH

Phone: 330-722-4494 City: MedinaCounty: Medina

Habitat for Humanity ReStore-Sandusky

Website: Habitat for Humanity ReStore-Milan

“The Firelands Habitat For Humanity ReStore sells new and gently used furniture, appliances and building materials. All items are sold at a fraction of the cost of retail stores. All proceeds benefit Firelands Habitat for Humanity.” Address: 7602 Milan Road Sandusky, Ohio 44857. Visit website for more information.

Phone: 419-499-4507 City: SanduskyCounty: Erie

Habitat for Humanity ReStore-Wooster

Website: http://www.waynehabitat.org/restore/

“Habitat’s ReStore accepts donations from a wide variety of resources including individuals, companies, corporations, government entities and more. The donations can be building materials and related usable “stuff” that includes tools, appliances and lawn and garden items. Examples include new, excess inventory, over-runs and used material and appliances. We sell these items creating income to be used in the construction of new homes in Wayne County for families in need of affordable housing.” Address: 1451 Spruce Street Extension, Wooster, OH 44691. Visit website for more information.

Phone: 330-465-7569 City: WoosterCounty: Wayne

HarvestBuild Associates

Website: http://www.harvestbuild.com/index.html

“HarvestBuild Associates, Inc. is a small design/consultation company specializing in Passive Houses using innovative straw-bale and straw/clay construction techniques…The use of modern, high-tech, synthetic building materials is widespread, but these materials are not essential for achieving Passive House energy performance. Natural materials are a viable option, and from a health and environmental standpoint, are clearly superior. We specify natural building materials whenever possible, and use more processed alternatives only in cases where natural materials are impractical or unavailable.” Columbia Station, Ohio. Visit website for more information.

Phone: 440-236-3344 City: Columbia StationCounty: Lorain

Masonry Heater Store

Website: http://www.masonryheaterstore.com/index.htm

“The Masonry Heater Store specializes in Tulikivi masonry heaters, bake ovens, and cook stoves for homes throughout Ohio… Tulikivi soapstone fireplaces are unequaled in beauty, warmth, safety, and efficiency. A Tulikivi provides delightful radiant heat long after the fire goes out. This is what makes them the most efficient fireplaces around. Masonry stoves are clean burning, environmentally friendly and easy to use. In fact, masonry heaters are the cleanest and most efficient way to burn and heat with cordwood.” Address: 416 Airport Highway, Holland, Ohio 43528. Visit website for more information.

Phone: 419-825-3031 City: HollandCounty: Lucas

MCMENT INC, LLC

Website: http://www.mcmentinc.com/index.html

We use biobased PCM (phase change material) products into various building/construction materials to bring comfort and energy savings to any building or residence. Address: 7651 Old Clifton Road, Springfield, Ohio. Visit website for more information.

Phone: 937-767-0111 City: SpringfieldCounty: Clark

Olde Wood Ltd.

Website: http://www.oldewoodltd.com

“With over 20 years of industry expertise, Olde Wood Limited guarantees you the finest quality in reclaimed and old growth lumber. Our reclaimed flooring is 100% virgin timber reclaimed from wooden structures usually built well over a century ago such as barns and industrial factory buildings. Using antique woods not only creates a more beautiful floor, it is better for the environment because we are not using any new materials from our forests.” Address: 6203 Alliance Road, Route 183, Malvern, OH 44644. Visit website for more information.

Phone: 866-208-WOOD City: MalvernCounty: Carroll

The Stock Pile

Website: http://www.thestockpile.org

By making reusable building materials available to the public at 1/3 of retail prices, The Stock Pile helps improve sub-standard housing in Northeast Ohio and helps reduce waste by saving these materials from entering the waste stream and ending up in the landfill. Address: 1387 Clarendon SW, Canton, OH 44710. Visit website for more information.

Phone: 330-455-4585 City: CantonCounty: Stark

TimberTech

Website: http://www.timbertech.com/

“TimberTech composite decking and railing products offer an attractive, low-maintenance, extremely durable and cost-effective alternative to popular and often chemically treated woods like redwood and cedar. And, because TimberTech products will not splinter, warp or fade the way wood does, they dramatically reduce the wasteful cycle of repair and replacement and eliminate the frequent application of paint, sealers and stains that could be potentially harmful to the environment. TimberTech wood composite products are manufactured with recycled wood waste that would otherwise go into landfills. TimberTech recycles water (during the manufacturing process) through a closed loop water system.” Address: 894 Prairie Avenue, Wilmington, OH 45177. Visit website for more information.

Phone: 800-307-7780 City: WilmingtonCounty: Clinton