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Energy-Efficient House Plans

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This inviting country ranch house plan with craftsman styling includes all the features that you and your family have always dreamed of having. The...

Energy efficient homes are designed with Mother Nature in mind. These “Green” homes are designed while considering the impact of the building materials on the environment. By using natural resources, recycled materials and new technologies, you can have an environmentally friendly home from start to finish!

So what sets these energy-efficient plans apart from other house plans? These energy saving home plans have simpler designs and make use of every square foot of the home to help reduce waste, while building and after it’s built, without...
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Energy efficient homes are designed with Mother Nature in mind. These “Green” homes are designed while considering the impact of the building materials on the environment. By using natural resources, recycled materials and new technologies, you can have an environmentally friendly home from start to finish!

So what sets these energy-efficient plans apart from other house plans? These energy saving home plans have simpler designs and make use of every square foot of the home to help reduce waste, while building and after it’s built, without sacrificing style or comfort. Many of these home plans use extra-large windows or walls of windows in their designs to utilize natural lighting to help heat in the winter (see also Passive Solar House Plans). Conversely, some of these designs implement strategically placed overhangs to provide shade to help cool your home in the summer.

 

Still not sure if these Green House Plans are right for you? Check out our blog post on Energy Efficient Homes to learn more on how to make your home plan “green.”

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Energy-Efficient House Plans

Energy efficient homes are designed with Mother Nature in mind. These “Green” homes are designed while considering the impact of the building materials on the environment. By using natural resources, recycled materials and new technologies, you can have an environmentally friendly home from start to finish!

So what sets these energy-efficient plans apart from other house plans? These energy saving home plans have simpler designs and make use of every square foot of the home to help reduce waste, while building and after it’s built, without sacrificing style or comfort. Many of these home plans use extra-large windows or walls of windows in their designs to utilize natural lighting to help heat in the winter (see also Passive Solar House Plans). Conversely, some of these designs implement strategically placed overhangs to provide shade to help cool your home in the summer.

 

Still not sure if these Green House Plans are right for you? Check out our blog post on Energy Efficient Homes to learn more on how to make your home plan “green.”

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Energy Efficient Homes: How to Take Your House Plan to the Next Level


TPC author Laurel Vernazza
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An Energy-Efficient "Green" Home is a Smart Home   Before the movement toward tiny homes was popular, there was a trend that started it all and still remains – the need for energy-efficient homes. These homes are designed while considering the impact of the building materials on the environment by using natural resources, recycled materials, and new technologies, all while saving the homeowner money. It’s a win-win!   So how do you go about turning your ordinary house plan into an energy-saving, eart


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