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New, Creative and Underutilized Ways You Can Green Up Your Home

Most of us are well versed in the basics of reducing our carbon footprints, sustainability and going green. We know about weatherized windows, using energy efficient appliances and properly insulating our homes.

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Renovating Your Home? Think About Making It More Eco-Friendly

If you’re a homeowner contemplating a renovation of your house, you’re probably feeling a little overwhelmed by all the choices out there. More often than not you should opt for a little bit more green-friendly upgrades to make your home expend less energy over time.

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5 Tips On How To Stay Green When Moving

Going green doesn’t mean cutting your lifestyle. We all know how to reduce, reuse and recycle when it comes to our kitchens and homes, but what does that mean if you are preparing to move homes or offices?

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Five Creative Ways to Introduce a Little “Green” Into Your Home

Are you interested in reducing the carbon footprint that some people believe is the reason for recent climate changes? Would you like to save money while making your home more comfortable and eco-friendly?

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Cut the Energy Bill and Increase Home Value: 5 Projects to Accomplish by July

As the summer heat approaches, it’s time to get your home ready for it. The more you prepare, the more you can save on your cooling bills.

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Green Building Materials for Your Remodeling Project

With environmental awareness steadily gaining ground among homeowners, more and more people are looking into ways to transform their space into a more sustainable and efficient place.

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5 Cinematic Homes Built for Severe Weather

Weather can sometimes take a shocking toll on homes, particularly when it’s severe. But it’s the 21st century—you don’t have to let the weather beat your home down every time a huge storm hits.

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Green Home Renovation Trends For 2014

Tweet The survey from Hanley Wood reveals that there was a 10 percent increase in remodeling sales in 2013 compared to the previous year and further increases are expected in

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How to Recycle Your Stuff With Care

Tweet At least you would prefer not to compound your area’s garbage problem by adding in your own debris. Fortunately, what appears to be junk to you may be useful

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Sustainable Luxury Living, in a Shipping Container

Tweet One of the most impressive ways that environment friendly individuals have managed this is through the construction of low-cost, recycled-material homes. Over the past 30 years, all manner of

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6 Green Remodeling Tips and Tricks

Tweet Home remodeling for the 21st century is a bit more sophisticated, but it is much more practical way of living too, providing green solutions to homes that may not

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Going Green With Energy Efficient Appliances

Tweet There are the very basic green choices that are present in most public spaces such as high speed hand air dryers in public restrooms, chain grocery store clerks asking

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6 Green Home Improvements that Won’t Hurt Your Finances

Tweet Just begin by making a few small changes to go green around your home, and reap the rewards in lower energy costs – and, of course, in feeling good

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Easy Fixes for Green Home Renovations

Tweet Efforts of homeowners to create a truly green space are aided not just by advice from green advocates, but the government as well. Energy Star, a collaboration between the

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Simple Ways to Make Your Home More Sustainable

Tweet By Alex Levin Green housing has become a hot topic recently. As gas prices continue to increase, the efficiency of electric cars have quickly morphed from simple want to

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5 Green Home Renovation Tips

Tweet You can make your home more energy efficient. Defining Green Technology To be sure, “green” terminology has been overused, so much so that some companies take advantage of consumer

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6 Money-Saving Ways To Green Your Home

As we greet 2011 with a renewed zeal to shed pounds and adopt healthier, more energy-efficient lifestyles, we also bid a sad farewell to the generous home improvement tax credits that quietly expired on New Years Eve, 2010.