I-Home Boasts Bevy of Eco-Friendly Features, $100K Price Tag

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Jan 11, 2009 • References: jetsongreen & treehugger
This is the I-Home, an eco-friendly manufactured house design from Jetson Green that will soon go into production courtesy of Clayton Homes. Among its green features include a butterfly roof designed for a rainwater catchment system or optional solar PV system, dual-flush toilets, bamboo flooring, energy-efficient windows, Ikea fixtures, and decking made from recycled material.

The I-Home is named for its layout, which resembles the letter I. There’s even a flex room that features a rooftop deck. The I-Home is rumored to be initially priced around $100,000, but final pricing will be determined by Clayton Homes after they complete their pricing research. Stats for Green Manufactured Housing Trending: Older & Warm
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