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About the firm
As a master custom home builder of luxury homes, Stokkers & Company has upheld a tradition of excellence since it was established on Long Island over thirty years ago. Through collaboration with some of the finest architects in the country and the impeccable craftsmanship that goes into each and every home we build, our national award winning work has solidified us as an industry leader.
The character of a company is defined by the people who work in it. The culture of our company is defined by our devotion to the character ethics of excellence, service and integrity. Our employees and subcontractors are some of the most experienced and highly regarded professionals in the industry, but most importantly they are people of integrity. Our commitment to fine custom homebuilding is further bolstered by our ability to collaborate seamlessly with architects and design professionals.
The vast knowledge and experience within our team and our relentless devotion to each of our clients ensures that each home we build is a reflection of the high standard of excellence associated with the Stokkers & Company name.
Stokkers & Company is proud to have built the first LEED Certified home on Long Island. This honor strengthens our recognition as an industry leader with national award winning projects and the respect of some of the finest architects in the country.
LEED Certification is granted by the US Green Building Council. Builders participating in the LEED for Homes Program are recognized as having a commitment to actively promoting the transformation of the mainstream home building industry toward more sustainable practices. The certification process is rigorous. Third party inspections insure that the highest environmental standards are attained focusing on measurable results.
LEED for Homes measures green homebuilding performance based on eight categories: site selection, water efficiency, materials and resources, energy and atmosphere, indoor environmental quality, location and linkages, awareness and education, and innovation.
A sustainable building, or green building is an environmentally responsible, high performance home that is built to exceed the requirements of the building code. The home is the result of a design which focuses on increasing the efficiency of resource use — energy, water, and materials — while reducing building impacts on human health and the environment during the building’s lifecycle, through better siting, design, construction, operation, maintenance, and removal.