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Molekule: The World’s First Molecular Air Purifier

After 20 years of research and development, a groundbreaking approach to clean air has arrived. Molekule breaks down harmful microscopic pollutants like allergens, mold, bacteria, viruses, and even airborne chemicals.

Earth Turf Eco-Friendly Lawn

Earth Turf combines low maintenance turfgrasses with revolutionary MicroClover to create an attractive and low maintenance, drought-resistant, fertilizer and chemical free lawn. MicroClover is nitrogen fixating – naturally taking nitrogen from the air and...

Dacor EPA Award-Winning, Luxury Column Refrigerators

These ENERGY STAR® certified refrigerators have received the prestigious 2017 E-Star Emerging Technology Award from the EPA for utilizing safer refrigerant, and each model showcases industry-leading features including best-in-class storage capacity and an exclusive auto-open door that requires only a light touch to operate.

Sanden Energy Efficient Water Heaters

Sanden SanCO2 Heat Pump Water Heater Did you know that the after heating and cooling, the water heater is the second largest use of energy within your home? An inefficient hot water heater can be a big contributor to your monthly bill and to your home's...

10 Eco Building Materials Revolutionizing Home Construction

Want to hear some good news? According to the World Green Building Trends 2018 report from Dodge Data and Analytics, green building is officially a “global trend” and energy conservation is a top priority for people all over the planet. There are many choices of new (and old) materials which are being used in revolutionary ways.

TruStile Recycled Content Doors

TruStile offers doors built with environmentally-friendly materials and sustainable manufacturing practices. Low emitting and no-added-formaldehyde MDF doors are available for painted applications. They also offer the richness of natural wood with 3rd-party certified sustainably sourced doors.

15 Fabulous Eco-Friendly Countertops

One of the easiest ways to make a major statement in a kitchen or bathroom is by installing a stunning countertop that becomes the focal point of the room. But some of the most popular materials for countertops are not-so-eco-friendly and some come with a handful of health risks.

Nature’s Carpet Environmentally Friendly Wool Carpet

Nature’s Carpet’s line of carpets has been tailored to the consumer who wishes to make a flooring purchase decision with consideration to its environmental impact, but does not wish to sacrifice quality and style in doing so.

Tesoro Woods Sustainable Flooring

Tesoro Woods is a certified advocate of sourcing sustainable materials and using eco-friendly, low- VOC finishes and glues to minimize the impact on indoor air quality and health.

Fireclay Tile: Recycled & Handmade

Fireclay is unique from anyone else in that they hand-make every tile to order using recycled materials and sustainable manufacturing practices. They come in tons of shapes and colors using a natural VOC-free pigmenting process.

Eco-Friendly Kitchen Sinks for All Styles and Budgets

Energy-efficient appliances? Check. Recycled glass countertop? Check. Water-saving faucet? Check. You’re working through your kitchen eco-renovation and it’s time to pick a sink. We scoured the internet and found a wide array of gorgeous green options.

Teragren Non-Toxic Bamboo Products

Teragren bamboo products reduce dependence on dwindling timber resources. They’re sustainably sourced, promote green building, and are LEED compatible.

Meritage Net Zero Energy reNEWable Home

Residential homebuilders Meritage and Hanley Wood set out to rethink the way homes are built. The result is a safer, more comfortable, healthier home that promotes family connectivity, integrates technology seamlessly and challenges the very materials and processes used in conventional construction.

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