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Green Tip: Save time energy in the dryer

Going Green Tip: Save time energy in the dryer Add tennis balls or dryer balls to your dryer. They will speed up drying time and save you electricity.

Misconceptions about green homes

Here are a few misconceptions about green homes. 1) Green homes are more expensive. Not always true…although some green remodels and buildings can be expensive, buying a new green home

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Green Tip: Natural gas dryers

Going Green Tip: Natural gas dryers Consider switching to a natural gas clothes dryer, which is typically less expensive to operate than electric dryers, often by as much as 50

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What Is a Green Home?

Although certifications are necessary to officially designate a home “green,” anyone can make their home and their lives greener. A home’s individual green features are what make it environmentally friendly

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What’s a Green Kitchen

Between the refrigerator, oven, microwave, and lights, kitchens can consume a lot of energy, but here are some ways to reduce your kitchen’s energy usage and save some money: “Right

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Green Tip: Forget about clipping coupons

Green Tip: Forget about clipping coupons and go paperless

Going Green Green Bathrooms

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The bathroom is a great place to conserve water! Here’s how: No dripping: Fix leaky toilets and repair dripping faucets—a leaky toilet can waste up to 600 gallons of water

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Going Green Laundry Rooms

Your laundry room is another place that can consume a great deal of energy. Here are a few ways to reduce that: Energy-efficient washer: Typical washing machines can use as

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Wood Composite Technology

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Using Wood Composite Technology Will Help Build Chemical Free People are becoming more aware and concerned about what materials are used in the building of a new home and additions

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Green Tip: Clean your refrigerator coils

Green Tip: Cleaning the back of your fridge… the coils and electric circuitry, increases energy efficiency. A refrigerator with dirty coils works harder, and uses 25 percent more energy compared

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