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Housing Design

The rise in popularity of green wooden building means that homeowners' interests are changing  – and for good reason

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Plan Your Home

When you decide to build your own home, you are going to have incredibly gratifying experience. Putting in those unique finishes and creating exactly what you want, knowing that you did it all with your own two hands, just adds another level of pride to homeownership. It might seem like being able to build a house on your own is an impossible dream, but there are actually several ways to build a house without breaking the bank.

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Buy Your Home

When you start thinking about buying your first house, it’s easy to let your emotions run the show. Before you know it, you’re stalking homes for sale on your home-browsing app, rearranging your schedule so you can do drive-by viewings, and researching creative financing options that would allow you to buy a house with next to nothing down.

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Renovate Your Home

You are renovating because you want your house to look more beautiful and feel more comfortable. Consider your home renovation plan as a business plan or as your special project you are starting from scratch.

If you hire an architecture he plan for you, but if you want to save money the first step is to take charge of the project and do it to yourself.

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A prefab, or prefabricated home, is built off-site and then shipped to a building site in parts to be assembled on the home lot. The term “prefab home” is simply a generic term used to describe any type of home built in a factory. Prefab homes are affordable and come with plenty of benefits, so it’s no surprise that prefab popularity is on the rise.

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Tiny Homes

Tiny homes, or homes with an average size of 20-40  m2, come with a massive amount of benefits — including their extremely earth-friendly, low-cost, and efficient nature. For example, the average home’s energy use results in the release of over 7200 kg of CO2 pollution annually, while a tiny home  releases only 500 kg of CO2.

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Green Certified Homes

The rising interest in green building has been accompanied by a growing interest in green certification. As a result, many organizations have designed highly esteemed green building standards and certifications. Some of the most extensive and widely-known green building certifications include for example LEED, WELL and Passive House.

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Smart Homes

Future of eco-friendly building will bring even more green technological integration, including “dedicated support for personal devices, along with automated controls for temperature, security, and lighting.” In fact, a variety of smart home technology products are already on the rise.

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Non-Toxic Materials

The typical home is built with materials with toxic chemicals, formaldehyde (found in particle board, plywood, and pressed wood products) and solvents that release harmful VOCs (found in paints, stains, preservatives, and adhesives). Building and remodeling with non-toxic materials means reducing or eliminating these hazards, making the building as healthy as possible. VOC-free paints, non-toxic woods, and natural carpeting and insulation are great examples of alternative materials for a healthy home.

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Efficency-Geared Products

In the sustainable design industry,  increased use of energy-efficient and water-efficient design elements and products, as solar panels water reclamation systems, and heat pump water heaters,  greatly reduce monthly bills, but the lower energy or water use translates into a lower negative impact on the environment.