The world of building has placed an onus on green solutions for building like never before and the advent of the green home is upon us at last. Future homes will offer a range of innovations that will mean they are significantly more energy efficient and vastly greener than the [...]Read more ›
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If you are like me, you have been looking for ways to reduce your utilities costs without compromising your quality of life. I decided the best way to save money on my energy bills was to turn my old house into an updated houses with green appliances. Whether you are [...]Read more ›
A green home is something that every homeowner should strive for as it creates a great environmentally friendly atmosphere. In addition, with environmentally friendly appliances running in your home, you will also save money on your electricity bill because they will operate more efficiently and on less power. This is [...]Read more ›
If you’re concerned about living green, then you already know that switching to energy-saving household appliances can be a great way not only to curb your electricity and water consumption, but also to save a few bucks on utility bills. However, buying new appliances can be extremely costly, so it [...]Read more ›
Whether you take a look at the carbon footprint of laundry machines and dryers or the detergent effect, laundry has a bad impact on our environment. The average American family, according to Procter & Gamble Co., does roughly 300 loads of laundry per year making the per-family carbon footprint from doing laundry [...]Read more ›
Green air conditioning is becoming more widespread as air conditioner manufacturers phase out ozone-depleting refrigerants in their products in order to meet new government regulations. A number of technological innovations are also making AC units greener. Whether by purchasing units with energy-saving technologies or by improving a home’s energy efficiency, [...]Read more ›
The feeling that things don’t last like they used to is a sentiment shared by a lot of us. While there may be some truth to that statement, it’s difficult to tell whether the problem is on the manufacturing or the consumer end. Are things actually not built to withstand [...]Read more ›