Enhance your new house’s sustainability by working with an architect.
Green building has become more popular in recent years, and for good reason. Many architects, builders, homeowners, and designers now prefer sustainable designs that are good for the environment, efficient, healthy, and clean, without compromising for aesthetics.
If you are interested in creating a sustainable house design for your new home, the office of Paul B. Clark, Architect can help. Paul B. Clark has extensive experience with sustainable house design and has designed many stunning green houses in the Peterborough, New Hampshire area.
Every sustainable house design looks different because every home is different. And a home can include green features that other sustainable homes do not necessarily have. Paul B. Clark knows which features and materials to include to create sustainable designs that are as efficient as they are beautiful.
One of the things that defines sustainable home designs is the use of local or recyclable materials during construction. For example, your sustainable house design could include countertops made from recycled glass, reclaimed wood features, reclaimed bricks, stones, and pavers; roof shingles made from recycled materials; and other green features. Your home will also be designed to be as efficient as possible in terms of demand placed on your HVAC system.
Sustainable house design is the way of the future, and Paul B. Clark can help you create an incredible green design for your next home. Contact his office today to learn more about this form of architectural design and set up a consultation.
Paul B. Clark, Architect, provides sustainable house designs for clients from Dublin, Harrisville, Keene, Jaffrey, Milford, Concord, Peterborough, Hampton Falls, and throughout Cheshire County, New Hampshire, as well as Boston, Massachusetts.