Most real estate developments opt to use environmentally friendly materials for the construction of houses and commercial projects. From bamboo to recycled steel and even reclaimed wood, there are numerous building materials that are known to reduce the negative environmental impact of construction.
These days, it’s not just about having homes made from eco-friendly materials, but rather, also making sure that these homes are sustainable for the long run. While some solely identify ‘eco-friendliness’ based on the materials used, there should be others factors to consider like sustainability and direct benefit to the homeowners. If you’re looking for a sustainable home for your family, look at the communities developed by Imperial Homes.
Imperial Homes has partnered with Connovate Denmark to build houses that will last at least 100 years, which is perfect for growing families looking to pass on their homes to the next generation. The houses are built using pre-fabricated slabs are resistant to mold formation and can withstand up to 1,000-degree heat. Homeowners also don’t need to worry about renovation and repair costs, as materials are extremely durable.
Apart from reducing their carbon footprint through building materials, Imperial Homes is also the first local enterprise to incorporate solar panels into their low-cost housing projects. Homes in Via Venetto utilize renewable energy, which lessens electricity consumption, and in turn, lessens users electric bills as well.
The company has been awarded by the Financial Times and International Finance Corporation (IFC) for their achievements in socialized housing, and they have no plans of stopping soon. Imperial Homes is leading the way for greener developments in the Philippines.
For more information on Imperial Homes, contact us at +63 2 807 8405 or +63 977 854 9632.