Save the many trees used when building a new home
We can save trees by purchasing a Removal Home.
Trees are one of the oldest living things on Earth. Thery are important, valuable and necessary to sustain life on our planet.
Not only are they beautiful, they are closely linked with weather patterns and maintaining a crucial balance in nature. Purchasing a removal home is one step in saving our valuable timber resources.
Renew, Reuse and Recycle a Removal Home.
Please view this recent feature story in The Owner Builder Magazine by Phillip Richards. By investing in a removal home, you could save 40-60 trees. See Owner Builder Magazine
Ecological Benefits of Removal Homes.
The world’s rain forests could completely vanish in a hundred years at the current rate of deforestation. (National Geographic). It has been estimated that a single house uses between 40 to 60 trees. With a rising world population now estimated at over 7 billion, there is increased pressure to provide timber for housing and construction.
A growing trend in modern land redevelopments is the needless demolition of old Queenslander homes to make way for new constructions.
With more forethought, these old buildings can be saved and removed to provide an affordable housing option in regional centres where housing costs are skyrocketting.
These buildings are strong and well constructed and it is a waste of valuable building materials to see so many of these homes ending up in landfill.
Removal homes save time, money and the environment by reducing demolition costs, avoiding the waste of new construction resources, and conserving the embodied energy of the building.