Why Buying A Green House Today Makes Sense For Tomorrowcomments (0) August 23rd, 2016
Have you ever thought that a green house seemed like a good idea? However, you changed your mind for one reason or another. Maybe you heard that they can bring down your property value, or they are too expensive, or even they simply do not work? Those are all myths that have been propagated for various reasons. We are here to tell you the five reasons why you need to start building a green house today!
Has A Positive Impact On The Environment
Greenhouses can be called "green' because they are both sustainable and environmentally friendly. How is this possible? The entire process of building a green house has very little impact on the environment.From the early stages of construction to the eventual destruction of the green house. All of the material in the green house can be made of recycled materials including windows, doors, cabinets, and flooring. In fact, using this type of building method, if more green houses were created there would actually be less energy spent on creating new materials. These production methods also harm the environment by creating toxic waste and fumes. Of course, this waste will also have to be stored and disposed of properly creating even a larger waste of resources and energy. By properly planning a green house with the right workers, architects, and contractors, all of this wasteful energy and misuse of materials can be avoided.
By choosing to use recycled methods we are not only reducing the environmental impact but we are able to save energy in the process. Green houses will use energy by wind power, solar hot water, solar panel technology, as well as specialized heating and cooling systems. As a world, we are concerned about the planet's oil and gas reserves and realize that they are not infinite as once thought. It is time to create systems that work on renewable energy and find alternate propulsion mechanisms. It is time that as a world we recycle, reduce, and reuse.
Creating Healthier Indoor Conditions
Green houses should be created with LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) standards in mind with regard to the Indoor Environmental Quality which is designed to address the overall air quality, comfort, and lighting of the residents. These types of rooms have been designed with ventilation systems that reduce volatile organic compounds and other impurities in the air. They also absorb dust, moisture, and other allergies that can be a great concern of those suffering from asthma or allergies.
Creates A Striking Appearance
Just because something is friendly to the environment does not mean it has to be ugly as well. The green houses that you see that are ugly have been designed that way on purpose. Yours does not have to look like that. In fact, you can create something 100% original and tailor it to your specifications. The only thing that is going to make your green house different than a conventional home is its environmental performance.
Overall Cost Savings
When dealing with a green house there are going to be some elements of the design that cost more while others are less. However, what you want to look at is how the materials you use today are going to help save you money over the best 20 years. While the cost of these high-performance materials may seem high in the here and now they are going to help lower your cost of living exponentially for the lifetime of the home.
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