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A home renovation project could be a great opportunity to save on energy costs, save on construction costs and save on a lot of other things.

But with the rising costs of home construction, this isn’t something everyone should consider, according to a new report from the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN).

The report, which was co-authored by scientists from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the University of Cambridge, says that the cost of building a new home should be taken into account when deciding whether to buy a new or refurbished home.

Here’s how it breaks down: New homes are often more energy efficient than existing homes, and in some cases they can be more energy-efficient than new buildings themselves.

This is because the building process, from the initial design, to the actual construction process, can use a lot less energy.

The IUCN report notes that, if you’re looking to save energy, you should consider how you’ll be using the space.

For example, if the space is set aside for a studio, then it can be useful to have more space for a desk or couch, but it can also be useful for a larger living area.

And if you want to use the space as an office, you might want to look into making the space larger.

This may be an area of energy efficiency that’s not as readily apparent for existing homes.

However, if your budget is tight, and you need to do things such as retrofitting a house or replacing appliances, then there might be an opportunity to get a smaller home in return for saving energy.

For this reason, the IUCI suggests that you consider the cost per square metre of energy saved when purchasing a new house.

This will be an important factor in determining whether or not you want a refurbished or a new-build home.

The report says that, because of this, it is not a good idea to spend money on a new project unless you can prove that the savings you’ll get will be worth it.

It also suggests that, to save money, you can save money in other ways.

For instance, if buying a new property requires that you take out a loan for a certain amount of money, then you can potentially save money by purchasing a smaller house, and then renovating the house.

The authors also recommend that, in addition to energy savings, you shouldn’t buy a home if the project involves a lot more than the energy used to build it.

That’s because this could mean that you’re spending more money than is needed for the home itself, or that you could be wasting money if you buy a larger house, which could have a negative impact on the environment.

The full report is available on the IUPAC website.

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