Recycled aggregates for your projects
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Recycled Aggregates for a Low-cost and Green Choice

Recycled aggregates are increasingly in use as a building material in both private home design and commercial buildings around the world. Aggregates, in general, have long been an important part of the construction industry. They include…
Window Replacements a Wise Investment

Invest Wisely in Home Window Replacements

Window replacements are a great way to improve the overall curb appeal of your home and improve energy efficiency. Sometimes when homeowners get their initial quote for window replacements, they are a little surprised at the total cost. However,…
Creative Upcycling to Reuse and Repurpose

Creative Upcycling; Reuse and Repurpose

There are so many important benefits to upcycling and we can’t simply cover them all but there are a few things that are most beneficial for everyone when it comes to creative upcycling. Why Creative Upcycling Isn’t Going Away Any Time…
Daylighting; the Value and Benefits
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Daylighting; The Value and Benefits for Your Home

Daylighting is the use of windows, skylights, and other methods to bring natural sunlight into your home. There are wonderful benefits of natural light in your home which include a healthier, happier family and lower energy costs. We encourage…
Tips to a Cleaner Home

Cleaner Home Tips Beyond the Clutter

Even if you have an eco-friendly home, it might not be as clean and healthy as it could be. The truth is that many people’s homes are not, and the underlying reasons can be extremely varied. However, there are a few key steps you can take…
5 Green Living Tips for Your Home
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Green Living Starts At Home and Saves You Money

Showing off your eco-credentials has become a bit of a competitive game in recent years. As soon as the first property adorns its roof with solar panels other houses on your street quickly begin to follow suit. Prius-like vehicles are popping…
Environmental Consciousness for Home Living
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Environmental Consciousness – Practices for Home Living

Americans produce 220 million tons of garbage per year, which is more than any other nation in the world. Due to this, the government has come up with many ways of dealing with waste. Waste management refers to the collection, transportation,…
Zen Garden
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Creating a Zen Garden, Everything You Need to Know

A Zen garden is a dry landscape garden, often called a Japanese rock garden. This garden is mostly created with miniature style landscape by carefully arranging rocks, water, moss, pruned trees, bushes, and sands. These features represent…
Garden Living in an Urban Dwelling
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Creating Garden Living in Urban Dwellings

No matter where you live, it's possible to create a garden living space. Garden areas in urban spaces are becoming increasingly popular. Most people think that unless you have a large backyard, there's no point in even trying to have a green…
Green Space in the Workplace
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Why Green Space in the Workplace is Important for Wellness and Productivity

Whether you work from home, or in an office with others, having green spaces are more important than you might think. When you are working, it's important to stay focused, productive, and be inspired. Green spaces can help promote each of these…
Understanding Sustainable Waste Management
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Understanding Sustainable Waste Management

“We are such spendthrifts with our lives, the trick of living is to slip on and off the planet, with the least fuss you can muster. I’m not running for sainthood. I just happen to think that in life we need to be a little like the farmer,…
3 Tips for Successfully Selling Your Home
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Selling Your Home – How to Make it Market Ready

Spring always seems to be a time when houses tend to, excuse the pun, spring onto the housing market. If you’re planning on putting your house on the market when spring arrives, you need to focus on a practical approach, not just invest in…