Beautiful Earthquake Proof Home Design
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While living in a desert house, estimate your real estate is experiencing extreme weather clusters – from blazing heat to cold, deadly noses. As a result, homes designed to live in the desert must be built from materials that can withstand heat, cold, and everything in between. Probably one of the best materials for construction is concrete. Concrete is cheap and durable, almost maintenance-free for homeowners who prefer to spend their time in adventure provided by the desert.
Concrete is also a good sound proof material, which can be a problem if the coyote surrounds your residence waiting to get rid of your marine steak. While building a concrete house may seem more expensive at first, this real estate is actually much cheaper in the long run thanks to the heating cost savings and monthly cooling. Additional savings are realized through your homeowners insurance policy because the concrete is very durable and can withstand earthquakes, tornadoes, fires, and other unfortunate disasters. Another benefit of concrete homes is the absence of pests. Where there is wood, there are termites.
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If there is no wood, no termites, carpenter ants, or other binder insects. In addition, the inner wall material is non-toxic. Often polystyrene foam is used which is free of fiberglass, formaldehyde, and asbestos. In addition to home design, people living in the desert country of Arizona may also want to consider what kind of landscape will be well outside the cactus and tumbleweeds. Perhaps the best tree species are the drought-resistant, Chilean Mesquite that grows 40 feet tall. Another tree to consider for desert landscaping is the Afghan Pine that grows as high as 80 feet and uses less water after it is formed.
Finally the Mimosa tree and Desert Willow tree also give a beautiful color and so roots come in, not much water is needed. When you consider the water for your Arizona desert house, some helpful tips will be to find a toilet that has 1 gallon per flush, a shower head that only takes 2.75 gallons per minute, and 1.5 gallons per minute or less faucet. With serious planning and designing, building and surviving successfully in an energy-efficient desert home in Arizona can be an affordable, satisfying, and remarkable real estate experience.