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September 06, 2009 | | Comments 2

National Sustainable House Day 2009

Sustainable Housing DisplaysVisit a Sustainable House in your area. What a great idea if you are thinking of Owner Building!

Remember that Owner Building a Kit Home can and should be sustainable… you simply need some ideas and good advice.

On National Sustainable House Day, Sunday 13th September over 170 private sustainable homes around Australia will open their doors to the public. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn about sustainable living from homeowners who have been there, done that, and whose experiences are real. You can the bet there will be a few genuine Owner Builders amongst them. 

For the first time, homes will open for free this year thanks to the support of the Australian Government. It’s paving a way for people seeking to make their own homes or rental properties greener.

Home Sustainability Assessors funded through the Australian Government’s Green Loans program will also be available to discuss the range of energy efficiency actions that people can take around the home.

At UBuild Homes we are very focused on helping our Kit Home customers implement sustainable solutions when owner building their home. We can do this because Matthew Last, one of our Building Customer Managers is a Building Thermal Performance Assessor and a Home Sustainability Assessor. Matthew is also a Member of ABSA (Australian Association of Building Sustainability Assessors).

For home locations around Australia and for more detail on the features of individual homes visit Sustainable House Day.

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  1. Oh my, this is coming up! What a great idea! What a shame that it’s only in Australia…

  2. Hi Lesley, thank you for the comments.

    We are very pleased to support the National Sustainable House Day 2009 in Australia. Hopefully the concept goes global and everyone sees the value of using sustainable housing principles.

    All the best from the team at UBuild Homes. 🙂

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