Are you thinking about getting new carpet for your home this year? Have you thought about getting eco-friendly carpeting? It’s a better, healthier and just as affordable as traditional, chemically made carpet.
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Before you start knocking down walls to remodel your home, why not plan out your renovation so it’s sustainable for the future? From the basement to the yard, the ReGreen Program can give you suggestions on how to make your next home improvement project an eco-friendly one.
Do you want to save on monthly energy bills? Do you want your home to possibly sell for a higher price and faster once it goes on the market? Looking into a LEED certification may be the solution you’re looking for.
Today is Earth Day! A day dedicated to making the world a better place for future generations to inherit. Here are a few ways you can give Mother Earth a giant hug and give yourself a pat on the back.
Homeownership comes with a lot of advantages, especially when it comes to tax time. Make sure you’re not missing out on important home-related tax deductions. [...]
Save money this summer by making your own green cleaning products. Check out these easy to follow recipies!
Do you want to lower your energy bill each month? Or maybe you just want to find ways to save – without doing any major home improvements like installing a solar panel on your roof. Well good news, being green doesn’t have to cost a lot of money, and it can make a huge difference in your energy usage and pay for itself many times over. Here are some simple changes to not only help the environment, but save you money.
It’s good to be green. No, seriously. While overly pro-social messages generally irritate me (such as when Desperate Housewives added not-so-cleverly hidden messages of recycling into it’s last episode), I do agree with the efficiency of being green.
With the first-time home buyer tax credit extension, many buyers are flooding into the market for a new home. But in the midst of the rush for a new home at a cheap price, beware of a recent problem with poorly created drywall, now known as “Problem Drywall.”
While being green is ideal, spending more money to help the environment is often costly and unrealistic. However, when the government adds incentive to home improvements that will already save you money – there’s little reason left to hesitate on which type you should choose.