Archive for November, 2010

Josh Trent becomes LEED Certified.

Monday, November 29th, 2010

Frontier Housing’s Director of Communities and Design becomes LEED Certified.

For the past two months Josh Trent has had his nose in the books. Josh, is the Director of Communities and Design at Frontier Housing,, an affordable housing nonprofit serving Bath, Boyd, Carter, Fleming, Elliott, Montgomery, Morgan, Menifee, Magoffin, Rowan and Wolfe Counties. Josh has spent long hours studying to become Frontier’s first and only Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) accredited professional.

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Developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), LEED is a green building verification system which offers third-party verification that a structure was designed and built to be energy efficient. According to the USGBC, “LEED promotes a whole-building approach to sustainability by recognizing performance in five key areas of human and environmental health: sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency materials selection and indoor environmental quality.”

Frontier has always built to meet high standards of energy efficiency. Frontier is committed to utilizing building practices and materials that protect our environment and help homeowners save money on monthly utility bills. ENERGY STAR® qualified new homes are at least 30% more energy efficient than regular homes and that means monthly savings. In fact, Frontier customers enjoy average monthly utility bills of $100 or less year-round.


They did it right, like it was their own home.

Monday, November 29th, 2010

Amanda Caines, a mother or three, had a run of bad luck. Her home was falling apart, she’d lost her job, gone through a divorce and suffered a knee injury.

Caines family

Luckily, she got help improving her home through Frontier Housing. They sent 18 people who helped make repairs. Fleming-Mason works with Frontier Housing to provide materials that increase energy efficiency of homes for people like Amanda.

If your home is in desperate need, contact Fleming-Mason Energy or Frontier Housing. If you qualify for assistance, they may be able to help. They don’t exist to make money, but to improve lives. 1-800-464-3144 1-877-308-3837
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It makes my kids proud to live in a house.

Monday, November 29th, 2010

Nedeff familyLiving in an apartment, Trista Nedeff, a single mother of two, dreamed of owning a home.

Thanks to Frontier Housing and Clark Energy that dream came true. Frontier helped her find affordable financing. Clark advised her on how to seal and insulate her home.

Today, Trista owns her own home in the Bath County community of Preston. Her kids play in the yard, and she has affordable electric bills.

If you’d like to build an energy-efficient home, contact the professionals at Frontier Housing and Clark Energy. They might help you to realize your dream.

Frontier Housing and Clark Energy, partnering for better homes today and better lives tomorrow. 1-800-992-3269 1-877-308-3837
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Thanks to all the 2010 Golf Scramble Sponsors

Thursday, November 4th, 2010

We wish to thank all of the generous sponsors of our 2010 Golf Scramble:

A.W. Cooley Builders
Atkinson Florist
Big 4
Budweiser – Kentucky Eagle
C. Roger Lewis Agency, INC
Christian Weigel
Citizen’s Bank
Clayton Manufacturing – Norris Homes
Commercial Bank
Commercial Bank of Grayson
Creative Touch Florist
Dehner & Ellis, P.S. C. Attorneys at Law
Diana Collins- Kentucky Farm Bureau
Downtown BP