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Benefits of Building a Green Home
Once upon a time building a green home meant building an unusual structure that didn't blend with other more traditional architectural styles. Now, with The House Designers, you can find a wide variety of green, energy efficient home plans in every style from ranch to craftsman to contemporary and traditional in every size imaginable.
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Top Tips for a Healthier Home
You can learn to live "green" by adopting new habits and ideas that not only reduce the impact our lifestyles have on our planet, but create a healthier home environment. Here are some easy tips for living green in your new home:

Indoor Air Quality

For some great tips to improve indoor air quality in your home like proper ventilation, check out the cool interactive home tour by GREENGUARD Environmental Institute. You'll find recommendations for some great eco-friendly building products as you click through each room.
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Innovative Building Products

Mastic Structure® EPS insulated siding adds a continuous blanket of insulation to the outside of your home to improve energy efficiency, reduce noise and simply make your home comfortable year-round.

The Classic-Craft® American Collection™ fiberglass entry door from Therma-Tru® was designed using polyurethane foam to provide superior thermal insulation and help lower noise pollution.
Green Living Tips
If you're building a green home, the first thing you should consider is purchasing a house plan that is ENERGY STAR® approved to assure your home will be built utilizing the latest in green building techniques and energy efficient products. All of the house plans on are available with an optional ENERGY STAR® plan package.
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