Ecological & Sustainable Homes

Dreaming of your very own eco-friendly house, a home that is truly sustainable? Custom Green is helping Perth clients design and build more sustainable properties that adapt to the future climate, can save energy, water and money, and remain comfortable for longer all year round.

Sustainable Home Design Perth
Sustainable Home Builder Perth

As Australians become more aware about the impact we have on the environment, many are looking for guidance as to how they can reduce their household impacts but don’t know where to start, who to trust, or what the latest advances are. Building a sustainable home is more than just installing solar panels and rainwater tanks, it’s about smart design.

Custom Green is committed to actively pursuing sustainable practices and applies innovative thinking to the way we design and develop eco homes in our communities. This approach requires a thorough understanding of the relationships between building site, building design, green products and high performance building systems. The result is beautiful, comfortable, eco-friendly homes that minimise a building’s negative impacts on both health and the environment.

Here at Custom Green, we deliver fit for purpose sustainable homes in Perth that exceed national standards, ensure the highest quality workmanship and surpass client expectations.

For advice on how to get started on your own sustainable home customised to your personal brief or to arrange a free, no-obligation consultation, contact the Custom Green team – we would love to hear from you!





Why Green?

Sustainable Design

Sustainable design includes optimising solar access, minimising energy demands, maximising energy efficiency, conserving water, and choosing environmentally friendly building products.

Heating and cooling accounts for as much as 40% of Perth household energy consumption. Custom Green’s vision is to design homes that not only are a perfect fit for the lifestyle you dream of, but are high performing eco houses ensuring you remain thermally comfortable all year around whilst keeping running costs low. As such, minimising heating and cooling energy use is a primary design objective.