Guest Post: Solar Energy – Making the Switch to a Greener Future

When most people think of using solar energy in their homes, they envision massive arrays of solar panels attached to the roof and complete detachment from the traditional power grid. Unfortunately, harnessing the sun’s energy to the point of being able to go off the grid is still cost-prohibitive for the average homeowner, particularly if they own an existing property. There are ways to help offset these costs, but there are also a number of ways to utilize solar power in the home without a complete overhaul.

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Guest Post: Go Green by Reducing Water Wastage in Your Bathroom

With the earth’s resources becoming increasingly strained it’s more important than ever before to think about how each of us can help. Reducing the amount of wasted water each household is responsible for is one way to make a difference. The place where the biggest difference can be made in your household is in the bathroom. Here are a few quick tips on how to reduce water wastage in your bathroom today.

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How a Green Roof Can Improve Your Home

There are two main kinds of green roofs: intensive and extensive. An intensive green roof has strong structural support, allowing it to house bushes, trees, paths, and benches, functioning as a rooftop garden. Extensive green roofs, on the other hand, require less support and little maintenance, support only ground cover for environmental benefits.

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