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"Thanks to the technological advances and incredible new building techniques, wood is still one of the best, if not the best choice for home building, and if this isn’t reason enough to consider this material for your home, here are few pros and cons..."
"Hemp may have a low recognition factor as a building material, but
some savvy early adopters are using this ancient plant for qualities such
as minimal environmental impact, good acoustics and fire resistance."
"Natural stone is a construction material for bathrooms, floors and countertops that may come into consideration when a homeowner upgrades her home. Natural stone has a few benefits and drawbacks as a construction material."
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