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Why build green #homes? Green building is smart building.  Aside from their obvious benefit to the environment, green buildings deliver financial savings, are more comfortable, healthier, return higher productivity rates and have higher resale values. #infographic

Why build green Green building is smart building. Aside from their obvious benefit to the environment, green buildings deliver financial savings, are more comfortable, healthier, return higher productivity rates and have higher resale values.

Solar panels on roofs, rainwater catchers for sprinkler system and toilet water, etc.

Looking to build your green home? Check out this infographic! 13 Elements of a Dream Green Home-Infographic

This is so cool... INFOGRAPHIC: Meet the Ultra-Efficient Homes of the Future

INFOGRAPHIC: Meet the Ultra-Efficient Homes of the Future

Sustentabilidade esse vale a pena traduzir!^^ This is so cool. INFOGRAPHIC: Meet the Ultra-Efficient Homes of the Future

Build Your Green Dream Home With These Eco-Friendly Alternatives to Conventional Building Materials

INFOGRAPHIC: Build Your Green Dream Home With These Eco-Friendly Alternatives to Conventional Building Materials

Able Skills' infographic explores green alternatives to conventional building materials for insulation, structural components, and flooring.

Shop The Home Trend: Dark, Moody, Botanicals & Palms | Apartment Therapy

Shop The Trend: How To Get the Dark, Moody Botanical Look in 3 Very Different Style Rooms

Shop The Trend: How To Get the Dark, Moody Botanical Look in 3 Very Different Style Rooms. Think dark green sofas, botanical print cushions and exotic prints.

Infographic: What the net-zero homes of the future will look like | Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Infographic: What the net-zero homes of the future will look like

Net-zero homes are becoming more feasible for the average home owner. So what will the future of net-zero living look like?

A Firsthand Look at the Magnolia 2300 Yurt – the First Energy Star Home in British Columbia

A Firsthand Look at the Magnolia 2300 Yurt – the First Energy Star Home in British Columbia

A Firsthand Look at the Magnolia 2300 Yurt – the First Energy Star Home in British Columbia Magnolia 2300 – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

A prefab green building with integrated solar panels from Michelle Kaufmann Designs.

Prefab green home builder to close shop

Best Ideas For Modern House Design & Architecture : – Picture : – Description A prefab green building with integrated solar panels from Michelle Kaufmann Designs.

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