Fashion for all natural and environmentally friendly is reflected in modern approaches to construction - new natural materials and "green" technologies are increasingly used for the construction of houses and other buildings. Customers are willing to pay more if they know that their home uses natural materials and energy-saving technologies, which is successfully used by developers.
Construction debris, which in a short time itself decomposes, does not harm the environment and does not require significant efforts to dispose of? Yes, today it is not fiction, but reality. Biodegradable materials that avoid the creation of huge landfills6 do not contaminate soils and reservoirs with harmful chemical compounds, are increasingly used in modern construction. And these are not some technological inventions, we are talking about a new look at the usual materials - clay, straw, natural dyes. For example, artificial paints are easily replaced by a mixture of mineral dyes, egg white and lime, and this coating is not inferior to many conventional colors.
Given the cost of energy and the size of utility bills, the issue of energy efficiency goes to one of the key places when building a house. But what prevents you from replacing artificial materials with natural ones? There are many examples of the use of reed insulation, pebbles, wood cotton, pressed straw, pulp and cotton as insulation materials, which in quality and efficiency are not inferior to the best commercial models. At the same time, in such insulation will be up to 80-85% of the material after processing, which makes the production of such insulation as environmentally friendly as possible.
The use of rammed land and as building material dates back a century - in ancient centuries houses were built with the use of such material. At the same time, the process of production of earthen blocks was little different from that used several centuries ago: the earth together with the addition of particles of gravel, clay, concrete is compressed into strong blocks, freezes and can be used as bricks. As well as pressed blocks of straw and wood wool. In such houses there will be optimal thermoregulation - in winter it is warm, and in summer it is cool, in addition, this method