Author Archives: Colie Dooley

What it mean to mitigate the impact of natural disasters

We talk about “mitigation” everyday here at Green Hybrid Habitats, especially where it concerns FEMA guidelines on community disaster mitigation preparation, but what exactly does (or should) “mitigation” mean to a homebuyer? It might help to think about mitigation this way:    We save money in our working years to mitigate cash concerns in our retirement years.  We wear our seatbelts in the car to mitigate injury in the event of a crash. We try […]

Offering a Holistic Return on Your Investment

GHH Share Subscriptions promise what we call a ‘Holistic Return’ for the investor. Green Hybrid Habitats welcomes investors at any level! We need investors like you, whether you are building your own Green Hybrid Habitats home or you are just looking for a green, sustainable, company like ours to get a solid rate of return on your investment. With the GHH Share Subscription Investment Opportunity, a $5,000 investment equals a share subscription of 5,000 stock […]

Your Dream Home Doesn’t Have to Grow on Trees

The price of lumber has more than doubled since this time last year when production slowed in anticipation of a decrease in demand caused by the pandemic lockdowns. That scenario didn’t quite play out, however, as people stuck at home quickly turned to DIY build and repair projects instead now that they had so much more time on their hands to survey and address their home R&M needs.  Lumber demand actually increased as production and […]

The COVID-19 Free Healthy Home

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) has always been a top priority for Green Hybrid Habitats, but the health of our customers and their families is even more important to us now after a year of pandemic-induced shutdowns.  Most of us expect that our employer’s building will be kept to high standards through government-mandated air quality codes, standards, and regulations, but far fewer of us have applied similar expectations to our own houses. Now that we have […]

Severe Weather Preparedness

8 things we can do NOW to prepare for severe weather and climate events “Severe Weather Preparedness Week” was last week and “Flood Safety Awareness Week” is next week, but it doesn’t matter when we start learning about and preparing for all types of natural disasters as long as we do it PRIOR to the next severe weather event.  What we absolutely do not want to do is end up regretting our level of preparedness […]