Buying a home (whether green or not) is a huge investment. Therefore, there must be proper research before taking the final decision. There are certain myths prevalent about the concept, design, cost, and other dynamics of the green homes.
In Feng Shui, Qi “chee” is energy. In a home, the front door is considered to be the “mouth of chi”. All the positive energy from the outside gets into the living room through the front door. If the energy flowing from outside is not interrupted, people inside the house will enjoy good fortune, happiness and health.
Write down 3 things you couldn’t bear to lose. And keep them handy for the next time you complain about a challenge. Ask yourself, compared to losing one of these 3 things, how important is this challenge / problem / inconvenience? Really?
Like the Tesla Roadster or the Toyota Prius, the residences from Living Homes are designed with the goal of cutting down on greenhouse gases as well as making a fashion statement. Roughly 50 percent of all of the energy consumed in America goes into running buildings, according to the Energy Information Agency. Seventy-six percent of the electricity generated in the U.S. gets consumed by buildings. Most of that power gets used to keep lights on and run the heating and air conditioning systems.
“Green” materials – With the emphasis today on green building designer in blue mountains, the wooden storage shed wins again. Trees are a renewable resource, while the materials required for metal buildings come at the cost of polluting the environment.
For instance; you yourself could plan your new house, or the extension to your house; make the drawings, do the paperwork, coordinate the contractors, get the permits you need, and so forth, – which is an excellent idea if you happen to be an architect… If not, prepare to be overwhelmed by the job and disappointed with the result.
You may think of other things that are not listed here. In fact, I’m sure you can. However, these three are the most common things that contribute to the design of an imperfect house plan. Avoiding the aforementioned factors of a truly unique home design, a big house with no style, and using cheap finishes can have a positive impact on your home after construction. Using an experienced building designer can help eliminate your chances of creating house plans designed to fail.