Most celebrities use their luck to get their homes beautiful and gorgeous. They always try to contract with the best roofing contractors to make their home lovely.  Here are the lists of seven fabulous green celebrity homes.

  1. Johnny Depp

If we talk about Johny Depp, then we get to know that he has 35-acre island getaway that is running on solar-hydrogen power. Rest of his building will be equally energy-efficient and environmentally sustainable.

  1. Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Brad Hall

After got popularity from various series Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Brad Hall share their energy-efficient Santa Barbara bungalow which has a retractable roof, arose airflow and regret the demand of air conditioning; daylighting, which reduces the requirement of electricity; Hall told Grist, “Having a second home is itself a sort of appalling excess. We figured if we’re going to do it, we better be as responsible as we can.”

  1. Daryl Hannah

Daryl Hannah always spend her vocations in the Rocky Mountains, where she has a solar power converted-stagecoach-stop home. Inside the house,  Hannah and her guests sit on a moss-covered stone which acts as a cushion.

  1. Julia Roberts

Julia Roberts has 6,000-square-foot home including tennis court and pool, but recent estimated that she has given $20 million to renovate greenery including sustainable building materials and recycled tiling.

  1. Orlando Bloom

The Global Cool participant has made his new home in London which is as green as possible and everything is on solar panels. He told that amount has become double as he’d budgeted.

  1. Ed Begley Jr.

Actor Ed Begley, Jr., and his wife, Rachelle, made her home eco-friendly which includes a solar-powered outdoor oven, a picket fence made of recycled milk jugs, and water-capturing rain barrels.

  1. Tricia Helfer

Tricia Helfer announced her home in Alberta, Canada. The home will fully covered  with solar energy, energy-efficient heating, and rainwater reuse. The actress regularly updates her ideas, plans, materials and technologies at TriciaGreen.com.