Kitchen Remodel is a Doorway to Green Home

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For most people, kitchen and bathrooms are very important parts of a home when looking to buy or rent. And for many, kitchen is often the center of the home. Have you noticed people tend to gather around in...
Podcast:  Green Home 101 with Green Home Coach

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Marla is THE green home coach and the author of a book, “Living Green Effortlessly, Simple Choices for a Better Home,” and a host of her own podcast, “Green Gab,” which is how I found her. She...
Easiest Ways to Make Our Home Greener

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"How do I make my home green?" we may wonder. Well, range of "greening" process is very wide, but the good news is we can start with something simple, easy and mostly inexpensive.
Net Zero Nest

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Nick and Holland Brown settled in Long Beach and started a family when they moved to California. Nick, who has been in the construction material industry for many years, and Holland, a writer specializing in...
Why Do You Want to Live in A Green Home?

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People tend to first relate to green home to the environmental issues, which is absolutely true, yet even if you don't care about the environment (which is another discussion), there are good reasons for...
What Is A Green Home?

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Most people I talk to don't really know what "green home" is unless they are specifically interested in the "green" things. According to Wikipedia, Green homes focus on the efficient use of "energy, water, and...
Why I Became a GREEN Realtor

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Let’s talk about how we can create a home that’s clean, healthy, and efficient. Let’s talk about how we can make “green homes” more accessible and affordable as all of us deserve to live in a...
Dare to Be Green

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As a result, the home they created has net zero energy, zero carbon, and the best part is it cost them less than $200 sq/ft for the project.