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401 MOONBEAM CROSSING MARSHALL NC 28753 DESIGN WITH BUILDING BIOLOGY

Careful site selection within a natural preserve and purposeful design make this home special and unique.

401 Moonbeam Crossing Marshall NC 28753    was built with Building Biology standards.

These principles serve as a comprehensive framework for promoting health, sustainability, and quality of life within the built environment.

  1. Building Site: Prioritize the selection of sites that harmonize with natural surroundings.
  2. Geology: Assess the geological composition of the site for stability and suitability.
  3. Radioactivity: Mitigate exposure to harmful radiation sources, considering geological and man-made factors.
  4. Radon: Implement measures to prevent and manage radon gas infiltration.
  5. Building Materials: Opt for non-toxic, sustainable materials to safeguard indoor air quality.
  6. Dampness: Employ strategies to prevent moisture intrusion and dampness-related issues.
  7. Mold: Implement measures to mitigate mold growth and maintain a healthy indoor environment.
  8. Chemical Emissions: Select building materials and furnishings with low chemical emissions to enhance indoor air quality.
  9. Electricity: Minimize electromagnetic field exposure through thoughtful design and technology choices.
  10. Indoor Air Quality: Ensure adequate ventilation and filtration systems for optimal indoor air quality.
  11. Ventilation: Design ventilation systems to provide consistent fresh air circulation throughout the building.
  12. Thermal Comfort: Employ passive and active strategies to achieve thermal comfort while minimizing energy consumption.
  13. Lighting: Utilize natural light where possible and implement energy-efficient lighting solutions.
  14. Noise: Mitigate noise pollution through thoughtful design and sound insulation measures.
  15. Biological Diversity: Incorporate green spaces and landscaping to promote biodiversity and enhance the living environment.
  16. Natural Resources: Implement water and energy conservation measures to reduce environmental impact.
  17. Social Sustainability: Foster community engagement and social connectivity within the built environment.
  18. Economics: Consider the long-term economic benefits of sustainable building practices and life-cycle costing.
  19. Aesthetics: Integrate sustainable design principles with aesthetically pleasing architectural features.
  20. Ergonomics: Design spaces with user comfort and functionality in mind to promote well-being.
  21. Psychology: Create environments that support mental well-being and productivity through thoughtful design.
  22. Acoustics: Design spaces with proper acoustics to minimize sound disturbances and enhance occupant comfort.
  23. Physical Environment: Foster environments conducive to physical health and wellness through design and building practices.
  24. Legal Aspects: Adhere to relevant building codes, regulations, and standards to ensure compliance and safety.
  25. Ethics: Conduct building activities with integrity and accountability, considering the broader social and environmental implications.