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Choosing the Best Green Home Builder

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Choosing the Best Green Home Builder
By Lora Davis

Today many people are «going green», which means that they are becoming environmentally friendly in how they live their lives and minimizing the harm done to the earth. When some people decide to build their home from the bottom up, they decide to have a green home builder build their home. This contractor would build their home with low environmental and energy efficiency in mind. To find a green home builder you should talk to the contractors in your area. Some that will travel to your area to build your home but their services will add more expense to the cost of your home.

To ensure that you will have the best green home builder ask them what type of building material they will use...

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This bubble-shaped greenhouse is filled with medicinal healing plants

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Australian artist Janet Laurence is blending the worlds of art, architecture, and medicinal botany into one “breathing bubble”. Currently on display at Berlin’s International Garden Exposition, “Inside the Flower” is an experimental garden that showcases the diversity of medicinal botany.


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World’s first ‘cranehouse’ hoisted over Bristol harbor is completely carbon neutral

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Could a new urban vacation trend take the trees out of treehouses? The world’s first “cranehouse” has opened in Bristol and it’s every bit as spectacular as their conventional trunk-supported counterparts. Designed by vacation specialists Canopy & Stars, the tiny structure is hoisted by a cargo crane 26 feet over Bristol Harbor. What’s more, the low-impact wooden structure is completely carbon neutral, and it was built using sustainable materials.


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The “hanging basket” is a collaboration between Canopy & Stars and DIY company, B&Q, who decorated the space with a chic collection of sustainable furnishings. Touches of nature are found throughout the space, including walls inlaid with tree branches, a watering can shower, and a bed made out of a reclaimed tree trunk...

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World’s first silo brewery opens in abandoned NY grain elevator

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Demoralized tittle silos in Bison, Just discovered York receive been given unused life while a brew-house. Bison RiverWorks freshly opened the $2.2 the public brew-house of the same kind with interest of the revitalization of the city’s waterfront. Buffalo’s texture elevators hold long-winded been figurative of the kitchen-yard mete at that time could stand conducive to a recent series of change — as well-as; not only-but also; not only-but; not alone-but in brewing and architectural reinstatement.

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Formerly division of the Wheeler-GLF glimmer elevator, the practised silos things being so habitation the Bison RiverWorks brew-house...

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