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Modular Houses Are More Environmental Friendly Than Typical Houses

What humans have not done to destroy and harm the natural atmosphere and eco-system of
this world and what a man is not doing to save the earth again? It's a positive sign that many
people are heading towards much eco-friendly alternatives in all areas of their lives. Even the
Industries have realized the importance of earth saving alternatives and the productions are now
based on reusable resources. Yet still the most important role in this cause can be played by the
domestic modifications that should be employed. Mostly when we think about Environment
friendly homes we think of buildings with solar panels and wind turbines, but that really is not
enough to make for the need of our injured planet. Modular homes manufacturers take into
account this idea of constructing an eco-friendly house, from a scratch. These modular home
manufacturers make use of eco friendly techniques and recyclable resources in almost every
step of the construction.

These mobile homes can be green in many ways. First of all, the building process, as discussed
above, the resource used in manufacturing these modulars is greener and recyclable.
Conventionally, there is a lot of scrap and leftovers in the building process. Hardly any of this
scrap and debris can be reused. But in the in-site building process, the materials remaining from
one unit can be used in another one, for example, lumber, wirings, pipes, insulating material and
much more. Most of the factories utilize the leftover stuff to be recycled as some other stuff, like
the unusable pieces or debris of wood are recycled to make a chipboard or paper. On the
whole, minimum waste means fewer burden on earth.

Read more:
http://www.articlesnatch.com/Article/Modular-Houses-Are-Environmental-Friendly-Than-Typical-Houses/1064302#ixzz0nrn4tR1J
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Go Green With Green Modular Homes!

Homes have a major effect on the overall ecological integrity. The constant usage of natural
resources depletes their quantity from Mother Nature. If continues like this for a long time, the
day is not far when there will be scarcity of these resources. As resources becoming scarcer
and environment more polluted, there is a legitimate concern over the real estate industry.
Green modular homes are the best choice in todays scenario.

Read more:
http://www.articlesnatch.com/Article/Go-Green------With-Green-Modular-Homes-/669938#ixzz0nrnmsyLr
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Delaware Green For Green Cash Back Program

The new Delaware Green For Green program gives $3,000-$6,000 cash back to home buyers!  
Check out the website degreen4green.com.  The website makes it extremely simple for home
buyers and builders to participate.  The home buyer of a qualified green home will receive cash
back at closing!
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