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GREEN GUIDE TO PREFAB: Siting Your Home to Maximize Eco Efficiency

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by Michael Harris last modified Feb 18, 2012

In the last two installments of our Green Guide to Prefab series on Inhabitat we highlighted the history of prefab design and the evolution of mobile homes into modular prefabricated homes. Within the last ten years, consumers have come to expect a new level of design quality in prefab homes, and this new generation is [...]




 

 

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In the last two installments of our Green Guide to Prefab series on Inhabitat we highlighted the history of prefab design and the evolution of mobile homes into modular prefabricated homes. Within the last ten years, consumers have come to expect a new level of design quality in prefab homes, and this new generation is looking to not only personalize their home, but to create a sustainable, modern space that  is able to support their eco-conscious lifestyle with out any sacrifices. Prefab home builders have taken notice have taken notice and are responding to the demand by adapting their processes and providing more options to prospective prefab homeowners. But if you’re looking to buy prefab, which type of manufactured home is right for you? In an effort to get you thinking about what questions you need to ask and how to evaluate the alternatives, Inhabitat’s latest prefab guide will focus on every project’s most important consideration — the building site. If your home isn’t in perfect harmony with its site – acknowledging and responding to the site’s natural environmental characteristics – you’re not getting the best green home you can get. So what must a prefab home do in order to get the most from its site? Jump ahead for the answer as former Lindal Cedar Homes CEO and green design consultant Michael Harris returns to Inhabitat give us some insight.

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