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.
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.
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.
Gather up your plastics and aluminum cans, because today is America Recycles Day! We’ve got tips and resources to help you become an avid recycler today.
Eco-friendly wood floors run about the same price as regular wood floors but have less environmental impact. If you’re thinking about wood floors, look at these options!
From all-natural cleaning products, to making a home from rock and dirt, I’m fascinated with learning about new ways to live a greener lifestyle. Today, I’d like to introduce to you the sites that inspire me to live greener.
As an alternative method of construction, earthbag homes are gaining popularity. The initial and long term cost savings, as well as safety, make this method of construction one to highly consider when building a house.