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Article written by, Lillian Connors. If one thing is true about Lillian Connors, her mind is utterly curious. That’s why she can’t resist the urge to embark on a myriad of green living/home improvement projects and spread the word about them. She cherishes the notion that sustainable housing and gardening will not only make us far less dependent on others regarding the dwellings we inhabit, but also contribute to our planet being a better place to live on.

Eco-Friendly Roofing, An Introduction

eco-friendly roofing

Eco-Friendly Roofing Being your home’s first line of defence against cold, heat, and various weather conditions, the roof is one of the most important parts of your household. It’s also one of the most expensive things to replace and that’s something that is inevitable considering the fact that traditional asphalt shingles last for 20 years, give or take. Switching to ... Read More »

Eco Friendly Accommodation: The Essentials

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Eco Friendly If you are planning on running a hotel, bed and breakfast, lodge, or any other kind of accommodation business, it is vital that your facilities meet some quality standards. Apart from this, it is also paramount that your business is not harmful for the environment. Not only will this give you an outstanding reputation, but it will attract ... Read More »

Greener Temperature Control in a Small Home

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Greener Temperature We all strive to make our homes warmer in the wintertime and cooler during the scorching summer months. There’s one term that encapsulates the entire concept – thermal regulation. Still, how to obtain it in a small abode by using eco tools and measures? Read More »

Home Retrofits: Energy Efficiency to the Max

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Home Retrofits Raising awareness about the importance of having energy efficient homes is one of the most widespread and crucial activities worldwide. There are many reasons for that: from saving money on bills to contributing to environment protection. That’s why it’s vital that we approach this matter seriously if we’re planning to retrofit our home and here are some aspects ... Read More »

Green Alternatives to Bottled Water

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Green Alternatives Drinking fresh and healthy water has become a huge problem all around the world. Some time ago, you could be sure that the running water coming out of your kitchen tap was potable and nobody could tell you otherwise. Now, people in some parts of the globe can’t be certain of this, since the land, as well as ... Read More »

LED Lighting, How Eco-Friendly Is It?

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LED Lighting When decorating their homes, offices and other spaces, most people use LED lighting (bulbs) for a simple reason – they’re cost-effective and, despite being more expensive than regular bulbs, actually save you a ton of money in the long run. Some studies have shown that you can save up to $250 a year using these instead of incandescent ... Read More »

Greener Roads In Residential Electricity

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Greener Roads The growing concern for the environment combined with rising electricity costs has resulted in a lot of effort to make people’s homes greener and energy efficient (greener roads). While in the past, this might have been reserved only for the affluent, nowadays, anyone can apply green measures with little effort and a reasonable amount of money. In addition, ... Read More »

Smart Green Homes: No Longer a Pipe Dream

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Smart Green Homes As you are all probably aware, the trend of coining phrases with the adjective “smart” is not exclusively reserved for mobile technology. Nor does the word “sustainable” only refer to development or business any more. “Efficiency” has been a buzzword for so long now, that we feel it’s here to stay forever. And you’re most likely right. Read More »