Green Homes Australia - Name our Home Design

Name our Home Design Competition

27 April 2017tt

We want YOU to name our newest home design in the Green Homes Australia design suite. ULTRA EDGY. ULTRA MODERN. ULTRA EFFICIENCY are all traits of this brand new design. And by just simply commenting what you think our new home design should be named, you’ll go into the running to win a FREE Concept Design […]

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Green Homes Australia Wagga Wagga Office - New Home Builder - Energy Efficiency

Green Homes Australia Wagga Wagga Office Now Open!

31 March 2017tt

Green Homes Australia Wagga Wagga Display Office Officially Opened! Green Homes Australia Wagga Wagga officially opened their display office on March 18th 2017. With customers getting the opportunity to look through the office, learn about building Green, claim some fantastic building offers and prizes to win, all in all it was a wonderful day. Daniel […]

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Green Homes Australia Charity House Project

GHA Charity Home Sells Before Auction

23 March 2017tt

The charity house built by Green Homes Australia Albury Wodonga to raise funds for the Albury Wodonga Regional Cancer Centre has been snapped up before going to auction this week. The new four-bedroom, energy efficient home in Knowles Court, Thurgoona sold to an anonymous buyer for an undisclosed price, raising about $65,000 for the cancer centre […]

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Come see us at the Sydney Home Show

09 March 2017tt

Come visit Green Homes Australia at the Sydney Home Show at the brand new International Convention Centre, Darling Harbour. The Sydney Home Show is the biggest building expo in Australia. It will be packed with the best products and new releases from all around the world, and the best part is that it’s free to […]

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What's increasing your energy bills - Green Homes Australia

Top Eight Power Users Increasing Your Energy Bills

09 March 2017tt

Do you look at your energy bills each quarter and wonder why it’s always so high? There are all different appliances in your home that make up your energy bills, with some causing your energy bills to skyrocket. As reported by news.com.au, price comparison website Finder.com.au estimated that heating and cooling consumes the most energy, an astounding […]

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Keeping your House Cool During Heatwave - GHA

How to keep your house cool in a heatwave

17 January 2017tt

Originally posted on The Conversation and written by Wendy Miller, Senior Research Fellow at Queensland University of Technology. Should you open or close your house to keep cool in a heatwave? Many people believe it makes sense to throw open doors and windows to the breeze; others try to shut out the heat. Listen to talk […]

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Air Conditioning Makes Electricity more Expensive

How air conditioning makes electricity more expensive for everyone.

17 January 2017tt

Whether you’re a boatie or not, everyone realises the importance of keeping the water on the outside when you go sailing or fishing. The less leaky the boat, the less you have to rely on devices like bilge pumps to stay afloat. What does this have to do with houses? Well, Australia’s homes are notoriously […]

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Sneak Peak at our new design range for 2016….The Currawong

02 November 2016tt

GHA are excited to announce that we have a new design range coming this November. You’ll have 30+ new designs to browse through and ready to build.  The great aspect about this new range is that there will be designs available for everyone. Designs suited for narrow blocks, designs for zero setbacks, double storey designs […]

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Australians no longer building big homes

Australians are no longer building the biggest homes.

02 November 2016tt

Australians have long been known for building massive houses but new research has shown that the average size of houses built in Australia are shrinking. Australian Bureau of Statistics found the average floor area of a new detached house built in Australia in 2015/2016 was 231sqm. This is down from a record 247.4sqm in 2008/2009. New […]

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Australian Houses - How do we compare - Green Homes Australia

Australian houses on a global scale – How do we compare to the rest of the world?

14 October 2016tt

According to a study published in medical journal The Lancet, cold contributed to about 3.9 per cent of deaths in Sweden, but 6.5 per cent in Australia. This statistic is definitely one to shock us all. How can Australia, known for it’s warm and balmy temperatures cause death from cold weather? Here’s another one for […]

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