Life much greener at these homes
SUSTAINABLE House Day will see about close to 30 WA homes opening their doors to the public on Sunday, September 17, in a move to inspire people towards greener living.
Established in 2001, the national event enables allows the public to see and learn from the best environmentally responsible homes in Australia.
Visitors to the homes can expect to learn how to lower energy bills and understand the principles of good home design, as well as get tips and advice on solar power, home batteries, off-grid living, innovative building materials and more.
Homes will be open to the public between 10am and 4pm and all visitors must register to attend at www.sustainablehouseday.com to obtain the addresses to the open houses.
For the list of WA homes, visit https://tinyurl.com/yc5tbzoc.
The semi-rural spot in Bedfordale allows for the design and orientation of this home to maximise northern exposure.
This Hamilton Hill house was renovated to promote cross-flow ventilation and exploit the winter sun.
This Lathlain unit has a 10-star energy rating.