Lately, more and more attention has been paid to renewable energy sources and the effects they have on our lives. In this context, the green home is not only a trend, but an essential construction in a society that seeks to save nature and reduce the consumption reflected in the eco reports and in the family budget. The difference between traditional houses and green houses is their level of eco-friendliness. A green house uses at each stage of its construction and operation, materials and technologies that significantly reduce resource consumption.
Efficiency in the use of electricity, water or light naturally available is the priority of builders and owners. The result? A 25% decrease in resource consumption and lower bills.
To achieve this performance, green houses also use some smart systems. Most replace the classic solar energy source with solar panels, for both water heating and electricity. Even if their installation may cost more than connecting to the city’s power grid, bills are reduced by 50-80%, in the long term.
- Energy independence
- Ecological energy (zero pollution)
- Energy source available 12 months per year
- Fast return on the investment
- Long life
- Solar panels are easy to mount and detachable
- Low energy costs
- Location flexibility