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Swedish Couple Built Their Home Inside A Greenhouse

Written by Ana Krneta
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As a global society, we are making the slow but steady move away from fossil fuels and coal when it comes to our energy needs for more green solutions. For people that live in cold countries, it can be difficult to find a green way to adequately heat your home.

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A family living just outside of Stockholm, Sweden which is one of the colder places to live, found a genius way to heat their home while staying green. The result is also very beautiful. Not only is there method environmentally friendly, it's also very wallet friendly!

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If you were to see the inside of Marie Granmar and Charles Sacilotto's house, things would look normal. But when you zoom out and see the outside of their house, their heating method becomes evident. The area that they live in is usually only for summer houses because it gets so cold in the winter.

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Originally, their house was not made for year round living but these people decided to wrap a greenhouse around their home, and it keeps them warm year round. Also, the outside structure of their house isn't damaged from elements such as rain or snow, which saves them even more money.

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If you were to see the inside of Marie Granmar and Charles Sacilotto's house, things would look normal. But when you zoom out and see the outside of their house, their heating method becomes evident. The area that they live in is usually only for summer houses because it gets so cold in the winter.

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Originally, their house was not made for year round living but these people decided to wrap a greenhouse around their home, and it keeps them warm year round. Also, the outside structure of their house isn't damaged from elements such as rain or snow, which saves them even more money.

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Click ‘Next Page’ to watch a video of this amazing house and don’t forget to SHARE with your Facebook friends.

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