Affordable Net Zero Modular Home Designs

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Architects at Kaplan Thompson have paired with sustainably minded builders and created modular net zero home designs for under $250,000. With multiple designs to choose from, building green can be affordable and beautiful.

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More traditional in style than many modular options, the Modular Zero Home from Kaplan Thompson carefully consideres energy efficiency, water conservation, health + the indoor environment, and passive design elements.

According to the archtiects:

Net Zero homes combine state-of-the-art, energy-efficient construction and appliances with commercially available renewable energy systems, such as solar water heating and solar electricity. The combination results in a home that produces its own energy-as much or more than it needs. Even though the home might be connected to a utility grid, it has net zero energy consumption from the utility provider.

With three models ranging from $205,000 for 960 or 1,200 square feet to $235,000 for 1,680 square feet (expandable to 2,200 square feet) these homes bring the idea of green living to the masses.
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