MW Design Going Green With Construction for 2014

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With MW Design, customers can build their home with green construction.

MW Design is now offering many ways to help customers go green with any construction planned for 2014.

MW Design specializes in green construction. They can assure that any new home leaves only a small carbon footprint on the environment.

LED and CFL lighting may cost more upfront to install in a home, but this small investment provides a large amount of savings over the life of the home. When compared to traditional incandescent lighting, LED and CFL options use much less energy, which benefits both the environment and customers’ wallets.

Appliances with the Energy Star sticker are designed to be efficient and energy saving. In addition, these appliances provide the quality that customers would expect. They have a place in any green home.

The landscape surrounding a home also plays a part in making it more environmentally friendly. Proper placement of trees is one example. They can provide shade to keep a home cool in the summer and allow more sunlight to reach the house during the colder, winter months.

Perhaps the most important green upgrade that can be made to a home is proper insulation. Since adding more insulation after a home is completed can prove to be expensive, an adequate amount from the start is crucial.

Houstonians are interested in living healthier lives and a green home is one way to achieve that. Contact MW Designs to help construct one. MW Design is located at 1211 Antoine Drive in Houston. For more information, visit, or call 713-622-0990.

About the Company:
As a Houston custom home builder, MW Design's attention to detail begins at the outset. Through the oversight of a group of skillful contractors, MW Design & Construction brings beautiful, high-quality architecture to life when building your custom home. They also offer design solutions for more efficient, green home construction.

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