Eco-Friendly Construction Materials Tualatin OR

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Bridgetown Equity Construction
(503) 519-7066
Portland, OR
Specialty
Site-Built Homes

House Magic, Inc.
(503) 880-4212
Portland, OR
Specialty
Site-Built Homes

Metro Area Construction Services- RMH Bartels Construction
(503) 896-2233
Portland, OR
Specialty
Site-Built Homes

Hoff Construction, LLC
(503) 422-5600
Portland, OR
Specialty
Site-Built Homes

NW Renovations and Design, Co.
(503) 617-4800
Portland, OR
Specialty
Site-Built Homes

New Energy Works Timberframers
(503) 437-9017
Portland, OR
Specialty
Site-Built Homes

Meritage Construction Co.
(503) 669-9125
Portland, OR
Specialty
Site-Built Homes

Cascade West Development, Inc.
(360) 546-3451
Portland, OR
Specialty
Site-Built Homes

Sage Built Homes, LLC
(503) 533-5167
Portland, OR
Specialty
Site-Built Homes

Bluestone Homes, Inc
(503) 496-5485
Portland, OR
Specialty
Site-Built Homes

Natural Materials for Your Yard

Being “green” and doing your part to help the environment becomes more essential every day. There are many simple, earth friendly materials you can use when building decks, pools and patios. You may also be surprised at the money you will save using some of these materials.

Bamboo Bamboo does have is sustainable and grows rather quickly. It can be used for anything from fences to the patio roof. No artificial chemicals are used in its production. If you buy bamboo that has a finish, make sure it is environmentally friendly to keep your whole backyard “green.”

Sustainable Wood Much like bamboo, trees are very environmentally friendly, as long as they are properly harvested. Choose woods like cedar and pine because they don't require a lot of treatment or processing. They are also hard woods which make them perfect for a deck or patio. Strive to use wood that's certified by the FSC, or Federal Stewardship Council. This organization oversees harvesting trees to ensure that few of them are cut down.

Composite Plastic This material is a perfect substitute for wood if you don't like the idea of trees being cut down for the sake of your yard. It is eco-friendly and sustainable. The composite materials are made from 50 percent plastic and 50 percent wood dust. The plastic part is usually made from recycled materials, like plastic grocery bags and milk jugs. This composite material won't give you splinters and it won't rot or fade.

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