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8 Green Building Technologies You Need to Know About

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Green building materials and technology have evolved over the years. Today, they play a major role in protecting and preserving the environment. It’s important to understand what green building technology is available, so you can transform your home or commercial property into an eco-friendly location.
If you’re wondering, “What are green building technologies?” then you’ve come to the right place. Here, you can learn what technologies define green technology, complete with eight green building technology examples.

  1. Zero-Energy Construction

Zero-energy construction is a sustainable construction technique designed to consume less energy. It places an emphasis on windows and insulation to encourage tighter airflow.

  1. Recycled Water Systems

Water efficiency technologies aim to reuse and recycle water to save on consumption. For example, if you live in an area that experiences heavy rainfall, you can harvest rainwater with this technology. This addresses water shortages and reduces waste.

  1. Solar Power

Solar power technologies have come a long way, to the point where you can get a home solar installation for a low price. You can set up solar panels on your roof or in areas with high levels of sun exposure. Once the panels start to absorb solar power, you can reroute the energy into your home to cut energy costs.

  1. Green Insulation

Traditional insulation is made from non-renewable materials, and there’s been a major shift toward green insulation. Most green insulation combines old materials to create a more sustainable option that’s safe to install in your building. These “old” materials may include anything from recycled paper to cotton from old clothing.

  1. Cool Roofing

How often have you thought about the material used for your roofing? Cool roofing offers an alternative to traditional materials that reflects more of the sun. If you live in an area with hot summers and bright sunshine, cool roofing can save you a ton on cooling costs.

  1. Geothermal Heating

Geothermal heating requires burying pipes deep into the earth to generate energy. Underground, the earth maintains higher temperatures, and you can reroute this heat and use it to your advantage. It’s a more sustainable and efficient method of energy production that won’t sap non-renewable resources.

  1. Rammed Earth Brick

Rammed earth construction involves the use of an ancient method of building walls that regulate temperatures. By combining earth, clay, gravel, and concrete, you can create walls that use natural materials. The process comes with a long, careful construction process, but it’s a method that’s stood the test of time and is still reliable today.

  1. Biodegradable Materials

Biodegradable materials break down if left in the environment. They make for the perfect eco-friendly construction for buildings because they won’t leave behind a bunch of chemicals that will last forever. Biodegradable materials include everything from hemp to natural paint and more.
Help the Planet Thrive With Green Building Technologies
Everyone should do their part to keep the planet healthy and safe. By doing so, you can nurture the world and help nature thrive. These green building technologies will go a long way toward preserving the earth.
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