According to HomeAdvisor, the average cost of having a new house built in the U.S. was $305,372 in 2016. Clearly, this cost can vary A LOT depending on what choices you make, and there are A LOT of choices when you decide to build a custom home. If you’re looking for a less expensive, easier to design, and more sustainable home, check out these 18 alternatives.
Downsizing to 100 to 500 square feet has become much more than a fad. And it’s not much of a surprise since it increases simplicity, economic freedom, and sustainable living. Whether you want to buy or DIY, we’ve got you covered.
Window film is a simple and quick way to give your windows a fun fresh look while increasing your home's energy efficiency. They work by reflecting and reducing the amount of ultraviolet light and solar heat that streams in through glass windows.
To achieve zero energy, designers and builders everywhere are employing an array of design concepts, product choices, and financing approaches. Because there are so many ideas, it seems appropriate to offer a quick rundown of the most cost-effective measures for getting to zero energy.
While many eco-home maintenance projects can cost a pretty penny, the good news is you don't need to do all of them at once to reduce your home's eco-footprint. Even better, there are steps you can take that can make a big impact for relatively little money.
Start saving water today with the Brondell Simple Flush. Simple Flush is an easy, economical way to save water, it installs on your existing toilet in minutes, and provides dual-flush functionality at the push of a button.
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