Composite decking is popular with consumers seeking decks that have longevity while maintaining a wood-like appearance. Find our why this building material is better for your deck and better for the planet.
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The search for alternatives to standard lawn care and associated negative environmental effects must combine common-sense solutions and look at the real benefits of synthetic turf.
Learn the basics of green building, and how unique earthen techniques are using old-world knowledge for sustainable, modern homes.
What is energy efficiency? Efficiency is the most affordable and fast way to reduce your monthly electric and water bills and reduce your impact on the planet.
Got mold? Learn how to eliminate mold naturally and ensure that mold stays out of your home with the proper technology.
Wood or metal scraps can inspire your creative side Since I have been writing about using repurposed wood or metal scraps, I thought this was as good a time as any to share an old woodworking project of mine using red oak cutoffs that were headed for the trash bin. Whether you are working with wood, […]
There are hundreds of green apps available for homeowners today, and Philip Thomas Mesman explains why and how this is shaping the future.
Bambu products are beautiful and sustainable: here’s our review of their green kitchen supplies.
Jennifer Boyd of Boyd Wellness called in this week to offer some thoughtful and easy ways to create a healthier environment at home.
Four quick and cost-effective ways to green a home and begin saving immediately on energy costs and the household’s overall carbon footprint
It’s easy to go green in your home without sacrificing comfort or looks.
It’s even easier than it sounds and its the way cultures all over the world have dried clothes for centuries. Air drying your clothes is also a a great way to lower you carbon footprint. Electric dryers are one of the top energy consumers in your home, using them less often decreases green house gas […]
GreenTalk Radio host Sean Daily talks with Jules Dervaes of Path to Freedom. Path to Freedom is a family-operated urban homestead established in 2001 in Pasadena, California by Jules Dervaes. The family also runs a successful business providing fresh produce to local restaurants. Click Play Below,or Transcript Sean Daily: Hey everyone, this is Sean Daily […]
GreenTalk Radio host Sean Daily talks about building green homes, energy-efficient, and affordable homes Don Ferrier, President of Ferrier Custom Homes. Click Play Below,or Transcript Coming Soon!
Host Sean Daily talks water conservation strategies and industry water efficiency standards with Rob Zimmerman of Kohler. Click Play Below,or