There’s a lot of talk these days about green construction and LEED-certified buildings in the commercial real estate industry. Even single-family residential properties have become a viable marketplace for these trends.
Now that we are firmly in the grip of winter, it’s apparent that an icy embrace has enveloped most of the northern hemisphere. With the mercury plunging, and Arctic chills blasting across the Midwest corridors, and swirling around the Eastern shore board, the big freeze is on. It comes as no surprise that we see fewer recycling bins on the sidewalk waiting for refuse collection; the bitterly cold temperatures are largely to blame. Yet, despite these chilly temps, there is no reason to shirk eco-friendly behavior. Large swaths of the country are in winter’s vice-like grip; from the great White North in Canada all the way south, folks are bundling up to stay warm and toasty this winter season.
Having an eco-friendly home is not only a trend now but it has also become the need of the hour. Green homes will provide a way out to environmental problems by recycling the imperishable things and it is a great choice of lifestyle. Before building any eco-friendly house, you must know few things and be sure of what features you want to incorporate in your new home. Few tips to help in this are: