How Having a Tiny House Can Save the Earth [Infographic]

How Having a Tiny House Can Save the Earth [Infographic]

Tiny-home owners truly make Mother Nature smile. Why? For starters, the average home requires 16,000lbs of CO2 for its power, while a tiny home (average size: 186 square feet) takes only 1,144lbs of CO2. But that’s just the start of a long list of environmental benefits of tiny home living. Check out this infographic from Tiny House Build for an eye-opening comparison between the average homes and tiny homes!

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Everything You Need to Know About Low-Flow Toilets, And Which Ones To Choose

Everything You Need to Know About Low-Flow Toilets, And Which Ones To Choose

Did you know toilets are by far the main source of water use in the home, accounting for nearly 30 percent of residential indoor water consumption? According to the EPA, “Over the course of your lifetime, you will likely flush the toilet nearly 140,000 times. If you replace older, existing toilets with WaterSense labeled models, you can save nearly 13,000 gallons per year with this simpler, greener choice.”

10 Eco Building Materials Revolutionizing Home Construction

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.

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