It’s no secret that people love to buy furniture with wood frames.
But the new report by the Center for Sustainable Technology suggests that wood frames may actually be saving lives in the process.
The report, titled Woodframe-Friendly Homes, suggests that more than half of all the homes surveyed were built in 2016, and that more people were choosing to buy wood frames in 2018 than they were in 2010.
The study found that wood frame homes were actually more energy efficient, and less expensive than traditional wooden homes, and were also safer.
The Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change, which is responsible for the study, said that woodframe-friendly homes had an overall energy efficiency of 19.1 percent, which was good for a score of 81 out of 100.
The average home cost $130,000 in 2018, according to the report.
The researchers also found that the cost of wood frames was lower in some areas than traditional houses.
They found that only 2 percent of wood frame houses were considered to be high-density, and 2 percent were considered low-density.
The low- and high-density homes are typically built on top of one another, and there’s a high chance that an occupant will get injured in a fire.
There’s also the fact that a high-rise home, as opposed to a low-rise, is more prone to damage to the exterior, the report said.
In 2016, the U.S. ranked 23rd in the world in its percentage of homes with at least one wood frame.
It was also the least sustainable country in the U!s ranking, the researchers said.
The United States ranked second in terms of the amount of wood that was used to make a home, and the researchers found that a home with at most 20 percent wood was considered sustainable.
In 2017, the number of homes built with wood frame was down from the previous year, according, and only about 6 percent of homes were built with the wood.
There were about 1.4 million wood frame structures in the United States in 2018.
The U.K. had the highest percentage of wood-frame-equipped homes with a score above 100, while Italy, France and Germany had the lowest, according the report, which looked at data from the U and UK governments.
The most common reasons for the change were a lack of energy efficiency and a lack or lack of access to public spaces, according.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that all homes with wood be constructed with at the least five percent wood, and it recommends that people use wood-framed houses only if they can afford it.