How green should you go? If you would like to make a positive impact on the environment but are concerned about the financial outlay, A Greener House is for you. Property experts Richard Reed and Sara Wilkinson will show you how to decide which sustainable measures are suited to your property, and evaluate the cost implications of installing them. You'll learn how to design a new home that exceeds the highest energy-efficiency ratings available, protect your property from obsolescence and outdating, and evaluate market trends in your neighbourhood. If you own property and would like to increase its value, you can't afford to ignore sustainability. This book will show you how to reduce your environmental footprint while making the most of your greatest financial asset. We all agree that we can't continue to consume the world's resources at the rate that we are now. We must start living more sustainably - and what better place to start than at home? Most of us want to play our part, but we're put off by financial concerns. But what if the cost of building or remodelling a greener house could be recovered in the value of your home when you sell?The Sustainable Property Investora#39;s Guide to Buying, Building and Renovating Richard Reed, Sara J. Wilkinson. With maintenance and repair, the intention is to replace or fix an item that is worn or declining in usefulness (for example, repairing a door or window that ... For example, you may have a bathroom or kitchen that is outdated but in excellent repair; in this case, your property would be less valuable than the ... to decline in usefulness once they are completed and occupied.
|Title||:||A Greener House|
|Author||:||Richard Reed, Sara J. Wilkinson|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2012-02-14|