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Scattered along these roads are many grass-roofed houses. Houses have been built like this for more than a thousand years, protecting from rain and thermal insulation. A sod roof or turf roof is a traditional Scandinavian type of green roof covered with sod on top of several layers of birch bark on gently sloping wooden roof boards. Until the late 19th century, it was the most common roof on rural log houses in Norway and large parts of the rest of Scandinavia. By the way, there is much evidence that green roofs help reduce the flow of heat into and out of the surfaces they cover. The is also evidence that the benefit is much greater in the summertime because the reflectivity of the leaves of the plants and the evaporation rates are maximized in the summer. Cool uh? Video Rating: / 5 In Saut village most houses are built with kunai grass roofs, which must be replaced when they begin to rot. The new kunai has been collected and dried in previous months, and now men are putting it on. Notice the scaffolding as well made out of bamboo. Related PostsShipping container house – Green roofSelf build round wooden house. Wool insulation, grass roof, rainwater harvesting.How We Built Our House – Part Two: The Grass Roof.Grass Roof House Tutorial | Minecraft Pocket EditionGrass sod roof on ecological low energy eco friendly, sustainable house by www.milessampson.comMaking a simple green or grass roof on log cabin playhouse


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