CONSCIOUS HOME - Expanding Your Home In An Eco-Friendly Way

7th June 2020


If you are keen to expand the size of your home and make the most of it without having to move, there are a lot of things that you might be able to do to make it happen, and there are many things to consider along the way too. The more aware you are of all of these things, the more likely it is that you are going to get it right. One of the major issues that you will need to face is how to make sure that your home expansion is not going to be too damaging to the planet. Thankfully, it is possible to expand your home in an eco-friendly way, but it requires that you pay attention to a few key things. Let’s take a look at what those might be now.

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Knock Down, Rebuild

One of the things that you can do is to simply knock down a part of the home in its entirety in order to rebuild it. This is likely going to be one of the more drastic things that you can consider doing, but it can work as a sustainable means of expanding your home, so it is one that you are likely going to want to consider. If you use the same materials to rebuild the house, rather than get hold of new ones, then this is going to be considerably more sustainable, and in that way, it can actually quickly become one of the more sustainable options out there.

Hire The Good Guys

A big part of being sustainable and eco-friendly is ensuring that any help you are getting is from people who are also dedicated to that kind of approach. Thankfully, it’s not too hard to find sustainable architects and the like these days, and you should absolutely seek them out if you are keen to try and keep things above board in this sense. You’ll find that hiring the good guys has a way of keeping your home eco-friendly, no matter what it is that you are hoping to do to expand it.

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Add An Extra Room

One of the most common ways to expand a home is to add an extra room, rather than extend an existing one. This can actually serve to make the project much more ecologically and sustainable because you will generally need more materials if you are going to expand on a room that is already there. Bear that in mind, and consider just adding an extra room if you are keen on an extension.

Be Careful With Sourcing Materials

An important concern here in being sustainable is going to be trying to source materials which are sustainable. The most important thing is to make sure that you are looking into places which arrange these materials in a sustainable way. If you can do that, you should find that expanding your home suddenly becomes very easy and straightforward indeed, and that remaining eco-friendly becomes much simpler to do as well.


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