Detached timber homes often with indoor gardens or stairwell, have an advantage over link houses, which are often built without any stairwell or any form of ventilation.
Timber not often the choice of modern day architecting thanks to mindset foreplay in its reference to poverty, has been given way to materials such as inexpensive cinder blocks for cheaper homes catering to destitute homeless owners.
However most of these houses are not often structured with ventilation flow, thus becoming hazards when built massively for the poor.
Timber is the only material to naturally store and lock away carbon.
Every year the world’s forests deliver up over 1,5 billion cubic metres of timber for milling and industrial processing, as well as supplying fuel for about half the world’s population.
This timber can come from forests that grow naturally or from plantations. Forests are a major store of carbon when properly managed and can significantly contribute to reducing of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.