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Eco-Friendly Homes in MANCHESTER

With the effects of climate change being felt around the world, it's more and more important that we find a way to adjust our current lifestyle in favor of more sustainable options. Unfortunately, far too many people make the mistake of assuming that a sustainable lifestyle means sacrificing comfort. This doesn't have to be the case, especially if you contact KBRCO Energy Efficient Home Designs to help you design a brand new eco-friendly home or figure out innovative new ways to make your existing home easier on energy consumption while minimizing waste.

Adapting your Manchester home to make it more eco-friendly or building one from scratch is no easy task. That's why our experience is such an asset to anyone looking to make the jump. We have built our business on our reputation for responsibility, professionalism and customer service. Thanks to our talented, well-educated staff working in tandem with the area's hardest working and safety conscious subcontractors, we are confident that you will be impressed with what we have to offer.

To find out more about building an eco-friendly home in Manchester, call (603) 432-3889 today and schedule your consultation.

Eco-Friendly Home Ideas

There is no single way of creating an eco-friendly home. There are multiple variables that need to be weighed to make sure that we are successfully reducing your carbon footprint with our design. We will people able to figure out the best course of action after we inspect your Manchester property and use the latest 3D modeling technology to figure out how our eco-friendly design ideas will function in practice.

While this is the only way to know how it will work and how it suits your tastes, but in the meantime, here are some eco-friendly home ideas that may apply to your upcoming construction project:

Smaller Space A small home is going to have a much smaller environmental impact compared to a large one. Large homes require more energy to heat and cool. Really consider how much space you will require because any extraneous space will only end up costing you more money both in terms of construction and energy costs, which can come back to haunt you if the room is rarely used.

Proper Insulation Heating and cooling accounts for approximately 50 percent of your home's energy consumption and air leaks around windows, doors and duct causes a lot of it to go to waste. By investing in proper insulation, your home will cost less every month in terms of its energy consumption.

Sustainable Building Materials The best way to make a home eco-friendly is to use materials that aren't environmentally taxing. Each and every part of your house can be built with environmentally-friendly homes, including roofing, cabinets, counters and insulation for your flooring. Products like recycled lumber, plastic, glass or bamboo, cork and linoleum are all good options depending on how you want your eco-friendly home to look.

Contact Us Today

Eco-friendly homes don't grow on trees. They require special attention for trained professionals so if you would your Manchester home to be eco-friendly, call (603) 432-3889 today.

Contact us now to schedule a consultation!

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