Many common household cleaners are full of harmful chemicals, and carpet-cleaning products are no exception. It is probably easier than you think to keep carpets clean and fresh without resorting to unhealthy cleaning products that can harm you and the environment.
As a homeowner, you might be contemplating making home improvements to uplift the appearance of your house. According to experts, adding more rooms, upgrading your kitchen and the bathroom is a great way to add value to your home.
New, eco-friendly home look very interesting. But what can you do in your current home to make it more eco-friendly? Inside are 10 tips of eco-friendly options that you can consider.
The “Great Outdoors” is your retreat when you crave a breath of fresh air. But thanks to vehicle exhaust, smokestacks, and chemical fumes, 90% of people lack quality air. The only alternative — your home — could be an even worse offender.
The year 2020 will always go down as a year of great suffering and monumental change. But it’ll also go down as a year in which we came to see environmental concerns as one of the most important global priorities.
Global climate change has become a hot topic over the past few years. There are more severe weather, less rain, and unpredictable weather patterns. The question is, how do we deal with it?
Protecting the environment is vital as climate change, pollution, deforestation and many more problems are still on the rise. There are lots of changes we can all make to our everyday lives that won’t affect us that much, but will contribute to a greener planet.
According to experts, a solar energy system for a conventional home can cost between $35,000 and $45,000. You may think it’s too expensive. You’re probably asking yourself, why go solar?