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Havelock Wool Eco Friendly Insulation

Natural Wool Insulation  You have probably heard of the phrase ‘farm to table’, but what about ‘farm to walls’? Meet Havelock Wool. Their natural wool insulation comes from sheep farms in New Zealand rather than from fossil fuels. Based on trade that helps...

Eco Friendly Flooring Product Showcase

As a discerning green homeowner, every choice you make involves a variety of factors. And floors are no exception. You have to love how it looks, like how it feels on your feet, trust that it cleans up without too much effort and lasts a long time – and since you care about the planet that we live on….it needs to be healthy and eco-friendly, too.

7 of the Most Popular Green Roofs

We’ve gone green with cars, appliances and technology. Now the movement is on to go green with residential roofing. Environmentally-friendly roofs are gaining in popularity as homeowners recognize the many benefits green roofing brings. With energy bills one of the major expenses of owning a home, eco-friendly roofs are becoming an attractive option for homeowners seeking ways to lower their heating and cooling costs. But more than that, certain types of green roofs are eligible for federal and state tax credits, and deliver benefits beyond just monetary.

12 Companies Leading the Way With Eco-Friendly House Building Materials

Green building is booming and it’s revolutionizing every type of material, product, and technology related to home building, design, and renovation. Your options are getting better every year so if you’ve been waiting for the right time to build your dream green home, the time to do it is right now.

North American Wood Reuse & Recycling Directory

Just because wood is a renewable, biodegradable resource doesn’t mean we should toss it in a landfill when buildings are demolished. Whether you’re about to do a demo and want to know where to bring your wood, or if you’re doing a building project and would like to find reused wood, the North American Wood Reuse & Recycling Directory is exactly what you’re looking for.

Tiny Home Built With 80% Recycled Materials

In this episode of Living Big in a Tiny Home, Bryce visits a tiny home built almost entirely from recycled and reclaimed materials. Bryce says, “inside, the Tiny House has a wonderful eclectic feel. It’s quite obviously pieced together from objects that were all salvaged and given a new life, but they are all put together in a way that really works well for the space.” Watch and see what you think!

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