‘We design and build homes to enrich peoples lives’.

Dan Morton and Rebecca Robinson are the focused energy source behind this new Adelaide Green Homes venture. Bringing hands-on experience in line with a heart-felt commitment to innovation proactivity and sustainable green strategies.

Dan's long and extensive industry experience has been built the right way. Hands-on experience across the building trade. Now, combine that with Rebecca's creative design and an unstoppable belief that a home can enhance a family's health and happiness.

Dan and Rebecca go further, instilling AGH's sustainable building techniques and green construction philosophies into their wider AGH family of tradespeople, stakeholders, and supporters.

Because, together, Adelaide Green Homes are 'building goodness.'

That 'goodness' isn't limited to your sustainable new home. AGH advise, educate, and empower their clients, passing on a complete understanding of green philosophies and the surprising breadth of ongoing benefits. Physically, financially, ethically, and environmentally.

Naturally, between their sustainable approach and uncompromising design, they’ve gained national recognition. The home that began it all, the Hendrie was the winner of a 2021 HIA Australian Greensmart Award.

It does not matter whether you are just about to start designing your dream green home or already have plans Dan and Rebecca will be with you all the way home. It's about providing you the most stress-free and best possible customer experience journey.

They are onto something special.
And you've just found it.

The Goodness of green, built in.

  • A green home embraces the power of passive design... and takes energy savings and efficiencies to a new level.

  • A green home allows you control to create a healthier, more comfortable living space, year-round, in any climate.

  • A green home creates ongoing protection for the environment and your resale value.

  • A green home is your commitment towards a more ethical, compassionate and economically mindful future.

  • A green home is a step toward the greater good of nature.

  • A green home doesn’t cost the Earth. It’s saving it.