Sunshine Coast Sustainable Home Builder Custom-Built Affordable Service Launched

Green Earth Homes has launched its custom-built homes service in Sunshine Coast, Queensland. It also carries out renovations and knock down rebuilds and builds on acreage sites and slopes.

Buderim, Australia - June 6, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Green Earth Homes has launched its new custom-built homes service in Sunshine Coast, Queensland. The company helps homeowners build custom-designed homes at affordable prices while incorporating sustainable building practices.

More information is available here https://greenearthhomes.com.au.

The newly launched home building service specialises in personally designing customers’ dream home. The Green Earth Homes team listens carefully and collaborates with its customers to create the vision of a home that is reflective of the client’s lifestyle.

In addition to providing custom-built homes, the company also offers knock down rebuilds for customers who want to keep their current address. This allows clients to build an extension onto their current home. A knock down and rebuild is also a great option for clients with a beautiful block but an old, outdated home.

Green Earth Homes also offers renovation services. The company can provide customers with a complete makeover of their home or a simple cosmetic facelift.

The company has extensive experience building on acreage sites for customers that have large land plots. With many years of experience building on the Sunshine Coast, the company has designed and constructed many acreage homes in stunning rural locations.

Green Earth Homes also specialises in building homes on challenging sites. It can build on a slope to provide breathtaking views or can build on a narrow block if land is limited. Other challenges Green Earth Homes is accustomed to dealing with include tight or restricted site access, uncovering rock, flood level issues, unusually shaped sites, challenging soil conditions and steep driveway access.

The company is owned and operated by Nathan Staal, a born and bred local of the Sunshine Coast. Sustainability of design, livability, budget, and the coast environment are at the core of Nathan’s business practices. Nathan incorporates passive solar design throughout homes, minimises waste on site, and sources timber from sustainable forests.

Green Earth Homes prides itself on its customer relations and is 100% committed to beginning construction of the home as quickly as possible. The company offers fixed priced contracts giving customers complete certainty once the decision is made to build. It has also earned a strong reputation for accountability concerning the budget, time frame, and craftsmanship.

For more information about Green Earth Homes visit the website listed above or call 07 5476 6468.

Contact Info:
Name: Nathan Staal
Email: Send Email
Organization: Green Earth Homes
Address: Middys Complex, Shop 14/29 Main St,, Buderim, QLD 4556, Australia
Phone: +61-7-5476-6468
Website: https://greenearthhomes.com.au/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88960978

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