Affordable Green Homes Hub

Probably the #1 myth about having an eco-friendly home is that it’s more expensive. While it’s true that some green products are more expensive than their conventional counterparts, when you consider the home as a whole, there are often many opportunities to actually cut costs. We have tons of tips, tricks, and resources! Here’s a small sampling of what you’ll find here about affordable green homes:

Peruse more articles below and if you don’t find what you need, email your question to content@elemental.green – maybe we’ll answer it in an upcoming article!

19 Non-Toxic, Eco-Friendly Mattresses for Every Budget

Comfort and quality are key to restful sleep, and natural materials are key to your long-term health. Here’s a guide to mattress companies that are doing good for the earth and your health by using natural and eco-friendly materials.

Brondell Dual Flush Toilet Retrofit Kit

Start saving water today with the Brondell Simple Flush. Simple Flush is an easy, economical way to save water, it installs on your existing toilet in minutes, and provides dual-flush functionality at the push of a button.

Sense – High Resolution Home Energy Monitor

Track energy use over time. Monitor energy throughout the month to make sure you stay on track. Set device-level notification. Enable alerts when the garage door opens or the sump pump turns on. Identify sources of energy waste. Find energy hogs, identify your energy baseload, and how much it’s costing you. Keep tabs on your home. Check whether the oven is still on, or whether the drain pump is running.

18 Inexpensive Sustainable Homes Almost Anyone Can Afford

According to HomeAdvisor, the average cost of having a new house built in the U.S. was $305,372 in 2016. Clearly, this cost can vary A LOT depending on what choices you make, and there are A LOT of choices when you decide to build a custom home. If you’re looking for a less expensive, easier to design, and more sustainable home, check out these 18 alternatives.

20 Tiny Home Manufacturers to Match Any Budget

Downsizing to 100 to 500 square feet has become much more than a fad. And it’s not much of a surprise since it increases simplicity, economic freedom, and sustainable living. Whether you want to buy or DIY, we’ve got you covered.

How Much Can You REALLY Save with Energy Efficient Improvements?

By Allison Casey, U.S. Department of Energy National Renewable Energy Laboratory Colorful leaves, cooler weather, cozy sweaters, pumpkin spice everywhere—it's definitely fall! While you're snuggling in and sipping a warm drink, we hope you'll join us this October and...

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