Plastic House by Tiny House Nation's Zack Giffin Travels to Pittsburgh





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Published on Jul 19, 2016

Zack Giffin's energy-efficient tiny house traveled cross-country to Pittsburgh's Carnegie Science Center. Learn how he built this house: https://youtu.be/LH1tfAOQZG4

A wide range of plastic building materials contribute to energy efficiency. Plastics Make it Possible® partnered with Zack Giffin of Tiny House Nation to build this house in Boulder, CO.

The tiny house with spray foam insulation, house wrap, vinyl siding, wall coverings, plastic window frames, and sealants, represents that plastics can help reduce the amount of unwanted airflow between the inside and outside of a house so we can use less energy for heating and cooling.

And even though this house is only 170 square feet, plastics can dramatically improve energy efficiency in any size home!


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