Though this may not have been true a few decades ago, it most definitely is today: we need to start thinking about the environment and the size of our carbon footprint. There are many ways to do this, ranging from simply turning off the water as you brush your teeth to completely revamping your business model if you're an entrepreneur. Recently, though, a new option has popped up: modular homes! If you've been thinking about moving, you might want to consider getting a green home built from scratch to suit your needs. Especially if you're in Tennessee, this is a great option – the industry of green homes is on the rise, and with companies like CustomSmart Homes, you can't go wrong. They're Customizable! If you're looking for a new home, chances are, no house will perfectly suit your needs. That is, unless it's custom-built based on what you're looking for. Building a modular home through a company like CustomSmart Homes is a great way to mak
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