Economical house design plans

Economical house design plans are home plans for houses that are inexpensive to build and cheap to maintain. It’s also very important to build homes that are energy efficient. Smart house plans not only include new ideas for efficiency, but also new trends for green building that are friendlier to the environment and easy on our wallet.

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Energy efficient homes are built with thicker walls, better quality insulation, efficient doors and windows, high efficiency heat pumps and air-conditioners.

There are several areas that need to be considered for efficiency as well such as electrical wiring, plumbing systems, siding installation, flooring, and roofing.


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Modern contractors know how to make energy efficient homes. Almost every person that works on the house can do something to make it more energy efficient. There’s so much more than just planning and building a house.

It needs to be inexpensive to maintain every month. The cost of insulation seems like a lot at first. Some people may even opt to not put insulation in the crawl space and reduce the thickness in the walls and roof. High energy bills remind us that it’s best to pay more for insulation at the beginning.




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The floorplans on this page are homes that are easy to heat and cool. The cost of these types homes are also very affordable if they’re built in an inexpensive neighborhood.

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