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Incredible Ways To Make Your Home Larger Without Damaging The Environment

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by Taylor Hancock last modified Sep 17, 2014

Having a house where you no longer feel you have enough space can be a pain. You spend many hours every day in your home,... The post Incredible Ways To Make Your Home Larger Without Damaging The Environment appeared first on My Green Home Blog .




 

 

Having a house where you no longer feel you have enough space can be a pain. You spend many hours every day in your home, and so you need your house to be comfortable and spacious. As your family grows, though, you might start to feel like you are losing precious space in the home environment. Children need separate rooms when they get to a certain age, and that in itself puts a strain on the rooms in the home.

Of course, one option you might want to consider is moving home completely. Doing so is a huge job, and if you have settled in the area, you might find that moving is disruptive to your family life. When you have a young family, the last thing you want to do is move them to a new area. If you decide to stay put, though, you could end up feeling like you current home is just too small for you and your family. Never fear, there are many things you can do that will add more space to your house. Be sure to choose your materials and workers with care. Often the fastest methods of making home improvements are the most harmful to the environment. Take your time when choosing who to hire and which materials to use. Here are some incredible ways to make your home larger without damaging the environment.

Make the most of the space you have

Before you do anything, look around you. Is the home full of unwanted and unnecessary clutter? If so, you should spend some time cleaning and tidying within your home before you make any big decisions. When you have lived in a house for a matter of years, the clutter tends to build up to unmanageable levels. Make a point of cleaning the house out before you decide on drastic home improvements.

Consider an external structure

Rather than building on your existing property, you might want to consider an external structure. There are plenty of shipping container house options that mean you can add extra rooms to your home with no fuss. Investing in an external structure is the fastest way to make extra room for your property. The structure will be separate from your home but will mean that you have a private structure outside of the main house area. You can get many recycled external structures, which means that you are helping the environment. These structures would otherwise end up in landfills, and so you are eco-friendly by choosing them.

Extensions and conservatories

Extensions and conservatories are tricky business. You will need to ensure that you have planning permission from the authorities before building. You will also need to make sure that there is enough room in your yard to build into with the structure. Talk to eco-conscious building companies who understand your needs and ethos. They can create a structure for your home that aligns with your morals, yet also gives you and your family extra space.

Consider converting the loft space

What is currently in your loft? For many of us, the answer is clutter. Many people in the western world use their loft as a large storage unit. If your loft is home to old toys and photographs then, you are wasting that space. You can make an extra bedroom or study by converting your loft space. Doing so is quite a technical job, and so you will need to enlist the help of experts. The fact that you are using the space that you already have means that you are not harming the outside environment. Talk to the experts about the materials they use for the conversion and try and find eco-friendly alternatives.

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