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Tips on Going Green

Updated on March 6, 2011

 While thinking green these days is important, it is equally as important to be continually updated on green thinking and sustainable concepts.  From building a new home to remodeling another.  From replacing appliances to adding insulation, there is a lot that we all have to learn about how our homes operate, what we can do to make it less expensive and help the environment, while at the same time choosing green and innovative ways to do so.  My main specialty is remodeling homes with the intent to make them exceptionally more energy efficient but maintain the character that they currently have.  This type of work involves strategic planning and the use of a multitude of products that are not typically used on construction sites because they are more expensive.  However, the end result is lower utility costs, longer lasting finishes, and total comfort in your home.  Green tips and blogs are all over the Internet, but few are as thorough as they should be.  For true tips, there are a few sites that you should visit.

Greenecoclub.com

GreenDIYenergy.com

Energy By Telsa

Use the information on these sites to build your own knowledge about green products and to create your own source of sustainable power.

 

 

 

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    • Harlan Colt profile image

      Harlan Colt 6 years ago from the Rocky Mountains

      Nice links,thanks

      - Harlan

    • Harlan Colt profile image

      Harlan Colt 6 years ago from the Rocky Mountains

      Nice links,thanks

      - Harlan