Like most things today, you can trade your unwanted items or even your professional services online through swapping sites. The best part is all the sites are freebs! That means free, by the way.
As with most technology, scientists and researchers have found a way to make solar panels smaller and easier to work with – enter solar panel film! Learn more about this new solar energy development and how it can play an important role in energy-efficiency in your home.
I’ve talked a lot about how to live a more eco-friendly lifestyle at home, but I’ve totally spaced on another place most of us spend a lot of time – the office. Making a few simple changes can easily green your workday and reduce your environmental impact. Wondering where or how to get started? No problem! I’ve got a few suggestions to get you going.
Do you plan to build a new LEED certified green home or do you need to replace the roof on your current house? If either of these happens to be in your future, have you thought about sustainable roofing options?
I’m sure one of your New Year’s resolutions is to save money. A few cents here and there add up after a while. I discovered that in my constant effort to live a more eco-friendly lifestyle, I’ve saved money, too.
Most of you probably have "take down the ol’ Christmas tree” on your to-do list. But what do you do with it now? Have you thought about recycling it? Learn how recycling your Christmas tree can have a positive impact on the environment.
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.
Tankless, or on-demand, water heaters hit the market a few years ago as an energy efficient alternative to the traditional gas heated water tanks, but are they right for your home?
Many people think the terms green and sustainable are interchangeable. While on the surface they seem synonymous, the two ideas really differ in their philosophy and by definition.
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.