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Eco-Friendly House Cleaning Tips

Eco-Friendly House Cleaning Tips

by Weng Jauod on Aug 16, 2017

Eco-friendly house cleaning has become something that more people are aware of, as greenhouse gases and global warming begin to affect us all. You don’t have to be an eco-warrior or an environmental activist to know that there are cause and effect. Continue reading →

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8 Tips for Making Your Plumbing More Eco-Friendly

8 Tips for Making Your Plumbing More Eco-Friendly

by Guest on Aug 21, 2017

Going green with your home is a plumbing system that has countless advantages, from leaving a smaller carbon footprint (which is great for the environment) to spending less on utilities (which is great for your pocket). Continue reading →

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8 Steps to Making Your Home Energy-Efficient

8 Steps to Making Your Home Energy-Efficient

by Kath on May 17, 2018

An eco-friendly home can be any shade of green, from the palest mint to the most in-depth forests. Through adopting some ecologically-friendly products and energy-saving techniques, you can finally manage to lower your energy bills and improve the indoor air quality of your castle. Continue reading →

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Are Green Homes a Smart Investment?

Are Green Homes a Smart Investment?

by Guest on May 27, 2018

Regardless of whether you are sold on the idea of global warming, there is no denying that the green revolution is not showing signs of stopping any time soon. People are clamoring for environmentally friendly products, from cars to shopping bags. Continue reading →

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6 Eco-Friendly Ideas to Beautify and Living Up Your Home Sweet Home

6 Eco-Friendly Ideas to Beautify and Living Up Your Home Sweet Home

by Guest on Sep 18, 2018

There is no place like home; everyone has heard this phrase a million times, but it does not mean it is true for every home. You may have seen homes you would rather be in than yours. But, instead of envying that better home or spending months of your savings to go on vacation, why not set your home up to be just as comfy and beautiful? Continue reading →

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How Solar Panels Work to Power Your Home

How Solar Panels Work to Power Your Home

by Guest on Sep 24, 2018

Solar energy, at the base idea, involves capturing the suns energy and turning it directly into electricity for a business or home. Our sun can work as a nuclear reactor and has the energy that can be harvested from photons. There are enough photons that impact our earth any year to satisfy the global energy needs of every worldwide citizen if we were willing to convert to solar energy entirely. Continue reading →

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Reclaimed Hardwood Floors

Advantages and Disadvantages of Reclaimed Hardwood Floors

by Guest on Jan 25, 2019

Over the years, wood has always been one of the most favorite building materials for both residential and commercial buildings. It was the world’s second-oldest material of construction by about 8,500 BC, second only to Brick. Continue reading →

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Giving Your Home a Green Foundation

Giving Your Home a Green Foundation

by Nick Marr on Jul 30, 2019

Going green has never been so popular. But, this is for a good reason. The earth is struggling with the effects of human pollution and anything you can do to help reduce the pollution levels are going to help! Continue reading →

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Green Roofing

Advantages and Disadvantages of Green Roofing

by David Wells on Nov 8, 2019

Green roofing is made up of a vegetation layer that is planted on top of a waterproof system installed on a slightly-sloped or flat roof. Green roofs also are called eco-roofs or vegetative roofs. A green roofing system is an extension of an existing roof. At a minimum, it involves plants, a lightweight growing medium, filter cloth, drainage system, root repellent system, and high-quality waterproofing. Continue reading →

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The Future of Buildings: The Growth of Sustainability

The Future of Buildings: The Growth of Sustainability

by T. Lopez on Dec 10, 2019

In today’s fraught world, there are few things more important than sustainability. The idea that we need to create things using sustainable methods in order to keep our world intact for future generations is a powerful one, and it’s becoming harder and harder to deny. Continue reading →

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