Nature Homes has been at the forefront when it comes to providing clean and sustainable housing options whether it is for individual housing needs or hospitality industry.
After having successfully completed 26 projects in eco-friendly and sustainable homes, Nature Homes is now looking to take on more projects across the country in due course of time.
Nature Homes has been at the forefront when it comes to providing clean and sustainable housing options whether it is for individual housing needs or the hospitality industry, which now is moving towards responsible tourism and are opting for eco-friendly solutions. This kind of modern housing concept is keeping a check on carbon footprints and helping people in reducing them as far as possible, by keeping it under check.
Saurabh Sood, Founder of Nature Homes, said, “It is a moment of great pride for me and the entire organisation who has worked tirelessly for the vision, I had when I set out with the launch of Nature Homes in the year 2013. We have come a long way now in pioneering this concept in India and the kind of trust people have reposed in us has been phenomenal and helps us reach our larger goals gradually. We have a burgeoning order book which will see meticulous completion of projects year on year and swift deliveries to our large clientele.”
Started in the year 2013, Nature Homes was conceived as a turnkey solution provider and wooden houses manufacturer and supplier based out of New Delhi. It has over the years since its inception delivered successful completion of projects like farmhouses, resorts, terrace houses, cottages, residential buildings, gazebos, dog’s kennel, pergolas to name a few.
Eco-friendly homes gaining popularity
Eco-friendly or sustainable green homes as they are known in India are fast gaining momentum with the rising awareness towards climate change and preserving the precious resources of the planet, they have turned out to be real-time long term durable solutions.
These kinds of wooden housing structures have become a need for the hour as they are also best suited to the region and topography of the Indian subcontinent which is prone to a natural catastrophe like earthquakes, tsunamis or tornadoes. These kinds of houses are more preferred for such scenarios as they cause less damage both to human lives, livestock, and materials.