Building an Eco-friendly home might be more expensive compared to conventional home building, but it has many long-term benefits that will ultimately justify the higher price tag.
(PRWEB) July 22, 2013
GreenByNumbers announces today the release of a new website (http://www.greenbynumbers.com) that presents Eco-friendly solutions to homebuyers interested in green living and energy-efficient homes.
The website was created is a green home guide that offers a wealth of information on popular Eco-friendly materials, innovative and high-tech designs, and building strategies. Visitors also benefit from audio and video materials on green living.
“Building an Eco-friendly home might be more expensive compared to conventional home building, but it has many long-term benefits that will ultimately justify the higher price tag,” said John Williams, marketing consultant at GreenByNumbers.com.
GreenByNumbers.com covers diverse topics such as energy conservation and efficiency, flexible designs, upgraded appliances and solar-powered devices, and other low-impact alternatives. Green homes offer improved indoor air quality and better resource and water efficiency. Indoor air is polluted in conventional homes due to the presence of allergens and toxic substances found in synthetic materials, paints, and fabrics. Eco-friendly buildings combine a wide array of elements and design features, from radiant floors and cutting-edge appliances to more affordable options for budget-conscious homeowners. There is a wealth of cost-effective, green options available to customers, from sustainable flooring to water-based resins. Insulation is also an important feature. Many old homes were built with no or little insulation because no one believed that oil prices would skyrocket. Green homes are a great option in that the space is airtight. Besides, they emit less greenhouse gases compared to conventional buildings and have less impact on Earth.
The goal of GreenByNumbers.com is to be a one-stop platform for homebuyers who are looking for multifunctional, super-insulated houses with eco-friendly designs, high-efficiency fixtures, and appliances powered by renewable sources. The website offers advice on building an eco-friendly home, living a sustainable life, green energy and transportation: http://www.greenbynumbers.com/transportation and http://www.greenbynumbers.com/green-sustainable-energy.
A directory of manufacturers of green products will be added to GreenByNumbers.com by the end of August 2013 with the hope that visitors will benefit from this free service.
About GreenByNumbers.com: GreenByNumbers.com is a website focused on helping consumers in their research for green homes.