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New Postgreen Homes Blog

by Nic Darling on March 23, 2010 · 1 comment

in Press and News,site updates

I’m imagine most of you are familiar with our Postgreen Homes customization tool by now. For those few that aren’t, it is an online tool that allows folks to customize one of our homes much as one might customize a computer or car online. You can choose things like flooring, counters, fixtures and much more. In the end, you have a customized home and a price you can expect to pay for it in a given project.

The site has been pretty successful so far and seems to be well liked by those that use it. We have already sold two homes using the tool and expect most of our future home buyers to use the process as well. However, we are not ones to let well enough alone. We are always hoping to make things better, more useful, more interesting. We certainly don’t always succeed in this pursuit, but we try.

To this end we have decided to move some of our blogging over to the Postgreen Homes website. From now on we will be using the Postgreen Homes Blog for all construction updates and project posts. Changes in model designs, the addition of new products to the customization tool and Postgreen Homes press releases will also find their home at the PGH Blog. In the end, the Postgreen Homes site will be a comprehensive information source for all of our residential projects . . . we hope.

This does not mean a reduction in the excellent (humor us) content here at the 100k House blog. We will continue to cover our building science research, design philosophy, product overviews and inspirations. Over time we hope to transition this blog into an even broader outlet of coverage at the cross section of green, modern and affordable. We hope to start featuring more products and innovations that we like, and we want to start putting the spotlight on other projects that impress us. Future non-residential Postgreen projects will also find daylight here first. So, be sure to stay tuned.

There will likely be some overlap between this blog and the Postgreen Homes site, particularly in the beginning, but we will not be duplicating content. We encourage all of our readers to check out the new blog and follow along if you want to keep up with us. We know there is a lot to read out there, and we are very glad that you choose to check in with us on occasion. We wouldn’t add one more thing to your plate if we didn’t think it made sense.

So, head on over to the new Postgreen Homes blog and tell us what you think. If you like it, subscribe via RSS or email and keep up to date on all of our PGH work. As always, the comments are open for your pontificating pleasure.

If you enjoyed reading this post I can promise you'll love our new writing over at Postgreen Homes. Yeah, we know that's the same thing your favorite band said and their new album is nowhere near as good as their early stuff, but seriously, we are actually still getting better.

There also isn't much conversation to be had here . . . at least not with us. So come on over to the Postgreen Homes Blog and tell us what you think of our new(ish) digs and crazy ideas. We will be sure to tell you what we think of your opinion.

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1 Marcus March 23, 2010 at 10:00 pm


I like the new PGH blog. In some ways, it’s a bit “cleaner” than the 100KHouse blog (which I love, no worries and don’t change a thing). Also, in the comments over the past couple of years, I’ve noticed some Brand confusion so I think it makes sense to separate them.

I’ve done some documentation on projects of my own (I’ve renovated a vintage Airstream and blogged it here ) and I understand how time-consuming the blogging process is. I want you to know I really appreciate yours, Chad’s, and your whole team’s efforts. I find your story very interesting, informative, and entertaining. Thanks for taking the time to maintain BOTH blogs going forward.

-Marcus in Austin

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