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Posted by on Apr 27, 2013 in Cleaning & Organising | 0 comments

A Guide to the Perfectly Built Home

The main reason behind the ever-growing number of prefabricated homes being built in recent years undoubtedly lies in their low prices. Prefabs turned out to be an affordable solution for people who do not wish to spend too much money on a new home and are basically environment friendly. So it is expected that their popularity is going to rise even more in the future.
What should you look for in a prefabricated home?

1) Good insulation. Insulation of both interior and exterior walls will result in less energy consumption and your prefabricated home will be easily heated.

2) Proper windows. Since greater part of heating energy wasted in a home goes out through the windows, it is essential that your prefabricated home has good windows. Double panned windows are most probably the best solution to the problem related to heat waste.

3) Efficient use of appliances. In order to make your prefabricated home really green, you need to optimize the work of any electrical appliances. There is no reason for light, TV, computer or air conditioner to be operating when there is no one in the room, so never leave them turned on when going out. One thing you can do is to install motion sensors in your rooms, so that no energy is wasted when it is not needed. You can also invest in energy efficient home appliances. They are a bit more expensive than the regular ones, but you will end up saving money in the long run.

4) Professional cleaning supplies. Using professional cleaning supplies for the needs of your prefabricated home is a great way to actually reduce the money you spend on cleaning supplies. You will have to clean less often and you’d be much more efficient with their help.

5) Other power-supply options. Solar panels that heat up the water are something that will make your new household green. If you are brave enough, you can even try installing a complete electrical system that works exclusively on solar and wind power.

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