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After you move into your home, you can live a green lifestyle by purchasing items made from sustainable resources, using eco-friendly cleaning products, and making your home more energy efficient.

  • Making Your New Home Green

    Patrick Hanan  Posted by Patrick Hanan on January 11, 2010

    As you settle into your home, think about ways to make it green. You can purchase items made from sustainable resources, use eco-friendly cleaning products, and make your home more energy efficient. One of the most key elements of going green is consistency; you can spend one...

  • Green Ways of Commuting

    Patrick Hanan  Posted by Patrick Hanan on January 11, 2010

    You can be green even outside your home by using alternate methods of getting around, like carpooling, taking public transportation, and walking or biking. As a bonus, you won’t have to worry about high gas prices! Now that you're in your new home, you may feel like you...

  • Living a Green Lifestyle

    Patrick Hanan  Posted by Patrick Hanan on January 11, 2010

    Now that you’ve moved, you can expand your green ideas to all areas of your life. At the same time, you convince others to go green. Share your tips and experiences with friends, relatives, and coworkers! You can tell someone to do something a thousand times, but,...

  • 10 Simple Recycling Tips

    Robert Moreschi  Posted by Robert Moreschi on October 3, 2012

    We all know that recycling is important, but sometimes we forget to do it. It can be as simple as remembering to throw your empty water bottles into the recycling bin in your garage instead of the garbage can in your kitchen, but sometimes old habits, or even just plain laziness...

  • How to Conserve Energy During the Summer

    Robert Moreschi  Posted by Robert Moreschi on May 17, 2013

    When the spring finally arrives after a long and cold winter, many people breathe a sigh of relief when they can finally turn off those furnaces and heaters and open the windows. The warm spring air is a welcome change and a welcome break for your wallet, too. The few precious...

  • How to Conserve Water

    Robert Moreschi  Posted by Robert Moreschi on July 24, 2013

    Water is our planet's most precious resource, and it's an absolutely vital part of survival, not only for our species but for almost every living thing on Earth. That's why the conservation of water is an extremely important part of being environmentally conscious and it's why we...

  • Biking As a Way of Commuting

    Robert Moreschi  Posted by Robert Moreschi on February 6, 2014

    Biking is an excellent alternative to driving when it comes to your daily commute--it's a great way to get the exercise you need and it's environmentally friendly. You're not only keeping yourself healthy by biking, you're going green and keeping the planet healthy as well....

  • Benefits of Installing Solar Panels

    Ana M. Ferrer  Posted by Ana M. Ferrer on April 2, 2014

    Why install solar panels on your home? Solar power offers many benefits to homeowners. Many people don't need a reason other than the eco-friendly benefits , while others are more impressed by the cost-cutting reasons. Whatever the reason, solar power systems are on the rise in...

  • How to Install Solar Panels

    Ana M. Ferrer  Posted by Ana M. Ferrer on April 2, 2014

    Homes with solar panels are quickly becoming the norm in the United States and overseas. The benefits of using solar energy spreads further than just being eco-friendly; they also include many money-saving incentives and cut costs on energy bills nearly immediately. If you're...

  • Household Chemicals to Avoid and Why

    Ana M. Ferrer  Posted by Ana M. Ferrer on April 4, 2014

    For those living a green lifestyle , substitutes for household chemicals can be no further than your kitchen. Deep cleaning your house is a good way to keep your personal environment healthy, but many household cleaning products have harsh chemicals that you should avoid if...

  • Reducing Fuel Use and Your Carbon Footprint

    Sean McClain  Posted by Sean McClain on August 27, 2009

    All over the world, the consumption of fossil fuels increases on a daily basis. As vehicles become more available to the global community, more gasoline or diesel is needed to keep those vehicles running. While there is debate about the extent of damage fossil fuel use does to...

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