Urban Tree - IGBC Certified Green Home Builders In Chennai, India

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A green building is a structure that uses and generates less water, optimises energy efficiency, conserves less water, optimises energy efficiency, conserves natural resources and provides a healthier space for residents. Green buildings are also known as sustainable or high-performance buildings.

Urban Tree has always strived to offer you the finest lifestyle perfectly blended with the green life. We aim committed to designing homes in accordance with the principles prescribed by the Indian Green Building Council. With Urban Tree, you can experience a life that is enriched with more fresh air and sunlight in a home blessed by nature. Discover sunlight in a home blessed by nature. Discover a world of harmony and happiness in every home.

Urban Tree green homes are constructed with environment-sensitivity at each step —from a green design to construction with minimal use of non renewable energy and low pollutant generation. Our green buildings also minimize waste by recovering materials and reusing or recycling them. The comfort and health of the workers are given utmost Importance. Our green homes are enriched with safety and harmony which are manifested for a life time.

Carbon footprint is the amount of harmful carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere during an activity. Environmentally responsible construction makes greater use of renewable resources and energy harnessed from natural sources-such as wind, sunlight & biomass-which ensures lower carbon footprint. When you purchase a home in a certified green building, you can be assured that your environment is less polluted.

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IGBC

Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) is responsible for certifying green buildings in India and is part of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CID formed in the year 2001. The vision of the council is to enable a sustainable built environment for all and facilitate India to be one of the global leaders in the sustainable but environment by 2025.

Water efficiency

Water recycling

Recycled water from the sewage treatment plant is used for gardening.

Rainwater harvesting

Excess rainwater coasted from the terrace is used to irrigate vegetation.

Water saving fixtures

Water-efficient fixtures are fitted with aerators, which indirectly help to reduce water consumption.

Energy efficiency

Larger windows

Effective placement and larger windows lessen the need for electric lighting during the day.

Gypsum plastering

Interior walls are gypsum-plastered to reduce outside heat being transferred through walls, which maintains room temperature.

LED & CFL Bulbs

LED & CFL BULBS ensure lower greenhouse gas emission and have longer life spans, which ensures lesser energy use.

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