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Sustainable Building Practices (Part Two)

Previously, we began to discuss sustainable building practices and what that looks like. We discussed the prioritization of preserving natural resources, minimizing waste, and emphasizing energy efficiency as a large part of that. In this second part, we will continue discussing what sustainable building practices look like and their benefits.  

Another critical aspect is the efficient use of resources, including materials, land, and water. By using water efficient fixtures as well as recycled and locally sourced materials, resource depletion can be minimized. This all set on the backdrop of proper land use planning that has the long term picture in mind contributes to sustainability practices and minimizing waste. Planning as well for extreme weather events and natural disasters ensure that these structures are there to stay. Utilizing durable and high quality materials upfront ensures the longevity of these buildings.  

Sustainable buildings also improve the health of its occupants by minimizing indoor air pollution and enhancing natural ventilation. Through use of non toxic materials as well as certain building positioning, it directly creates a better and healthier indoor environment, improving its occupants comfort and productivity.  

We hope you found this second part on sustainable building practices to be insightful in changes in the construction industry and how we all look forward! At AJS, we are committed to serving the Gulf Coast and beyond in moving, building, and leveling and we are here to help you and your properties. For lifting, construction, or moving, give us a call today to schedule a free consultation!  

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