What is a green home?A home can be considered green when energy efficiency, water and resource conservation, sustainable or recycled products, and indoor air quality considerations are incorporated into the home building process.
Green building means improving the way that homes and building sites use energy, water, and materials to reduce impacts on human health and the environment. Building a green home means making environmentally preferable and sustainable decisions throughout the entire building process. These are the decisions that minimize the environmental impact of the home while it is being built and over the many years it will be lived in.
What Makes A Home Green?
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