Building A Greenhouse – Natural Way To Keep Your House Warm During Winter

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Building A Greenhouse – Natural Way To Keep Your House Warm During Winter




Why do you want to build a greenhouse for your home? Because it is an easy and inexpensive way to warm your house during the cold winter months.

Not to mention the delicious, highly notorious food or beautiful, soothing and decorative plants you get by having your own greenhouse.

Increasing Your Property Value

Another reason you want to make your own greenhouse it to increase your property value.

With greenhouses, you have greater design freedom and fewer building restrictions allow you to enjoy immediate profitable appreciation, especially if you build it yourself.

You can be creative when building a greenhouse. You can get away with simple design elements that would never pass muster in your house proper, which means the designs can be imaginative and nonconforming.

Making Use Of Solar Rooms

A smaller version of a greenhouse is also commonly known as a solar room. In general, the function of a solar room is the same but at a much smaller scale.

The idea is to use the sun energy to heat up the air in the solar room, and then circulate the warm air around your house. In actual fact, you are using solar energy for heating purposes.

And the benefit is, no additional cost added to your monthly electricity bill. It’s free energy!

How Do You Build A Greenhouse?

In general, the design of a greenhouse is quite simple. But there are a few components that you have to pay special attention to. For example, components such as the glass glazing, water proofing and the floor insulation.

If you want to build a greenhouse or a solar room for your house, you have 2 options. You can either engage a contractor to build the room for you or you can construct it yourself via Do It Yourself (DIY) approach.

If you have the budget, get a contractor. It will be faster and easier. If you rather save some money, roll up your sleeves and start making a plan.

If you want a greenhouse or solar room via DIY, you will need a design plan. For an affordable and attractive greenhouse plan, you can check out Bill Keene’s Building A Greenhouse Plans e-book.

It’s easy to build, no fancy tools required, save money and you can printout as many plans as required. It is a cheap and simple way to keep your house warm in winter by utilizing solar energy.

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  3. Koji March 28, 2012 at 7:39 am

    Take careful steps and use the modern / proper techniques while constructing the house each and every part like insulated windows, doors, walls, fixing bathrooms, follow the rules through life long up to date to enjoy comfortable life with family members.

    energy saving is basically based on how much comfortable we are living to that season, and also based on the investment while constructing and designing the house to implement proper techniques and rules to each and every part of the house.

    Our homes create a pleasant atmosphere, required sufficient fresh air; we can reduce the consumption of energy by sources like heating systems by solar heating, energy loss with the effect of cold weather, heat loss by opening windows, doors, walls and floors etc., by using air conditioning systems also in hot climates. As well as in the winter the cost of heating our homes and the heat passes outside through leakage of cold air.

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