For more than 15 years, Sustainable House Day has provided a great opportunity for hundreds of thousands of people to visit some of Australia’s leading green homes – ones that are not only environmentally friendly, but cheaper to run and more comfortable to live in.
In Northern Tasmania there are three houses opening their doors on Sunday 17th September to give people an opportunity to see sustainable houses and to ask the house owners about their sustainable journey. The houses are in Westbury, Evandale and Sheffield. If you are interested in attending any of the houses please register at www.sustainablehouseday.com This will enable you to find out the addresses of the houses.
We started our renovation journey back in 2008 and opened our house in Westbury on Sustainable House Day four times in the past. We have also kept this blog of our journey www.greentasreno.wordpress.com Now after a four year break we are re-opening our 1950’s weatherboard home that has been renovated using sustainable materials and products. People will be able to see how these products have stood up to daily wear and tear, ask us why we chose the products we did and how we made those decisions. Come along and see the additions like the shading options on the east side, or the rocket stove fire cob pizza oven which will be up and running.
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