Green Home Floor Plans – Circular Floor Plan Friday

Circular Home in Florida - Deltec Homes

Circular Home in Florida – Deltec Homes

It’s Friday and time for another post featuring floor plans. This week, in another attempt to build awareness of green home builders and green home building, we are featuring circular floor plans offered by Deltec Homes in Western North Carolina. Circular homes typically use less land when compared to a traditional home meaning the home has fewer contact with adverse weather conditions. From the Deltec Homes website, “Compare a Deltec Sierra model with 1600 sq. ft to a traditional 1600 sq. ft home, and you will find that the total square footage in contact with the outside environment is almost 650 square feet fewer!”…”There is not enough surface area on any part of the house for pressure to build up. Deltec Homes have fewer drafts, increased comfort for their occupants and lower energy use compared with traditional designs.”

Image of a Kitchen in a Circular Home - Deltec Homes

Image of a Kitchen in a Circular Home – Deltec Homes

Deltec Homes uses building materials and a building system that minimizes waste, maximizes a home’s durability and helps conserve energy, ultimately reducing a homes carbon footprint. In addition to the floor plans found here, you can customize floor plans and request samples of different floor plans that are not available on the Deltec Home website.

 

 

 

Hampton 1-story Floor Plan

The Hampton Main Floor

The Hampton – Main Floor

The Hampton

The Hampton

Savannah 2-story Floor Plan

The Savannah

The Savannah

The Savannah - Upper Level

The Savannah – Upper Level

More images of the Savannah Floor plan are available here

Vista 2-story Floor Plan

The Savannah Main Level

The Vista – Main Floor

The Vista

The Vista

More images of the Vista Floor plan are available here

Deltec Homes has interior and exterior pictures of their circular homes located throughout the nation on their website, you can find many of those images here. Be sure to check out the pictures of circular homes after a hurricane, looks like the hold up pretty well.

Is a circular home something you would consider for your family’s next home?

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