Herald Sun article
When we first started building homes in our twenties words like “environmental impact” and “thermal performance” just sounded like the green-policy jargon of bureaucrats. Sustainability and the impacts of our work were something we didn’t give much thought to. However, 10 years on and a trip overseas changed the way we saw the whole building game. Follow the link to read our feature in the Herald Sun.
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