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From Guest Blogger Bobbi Petersen: Water Pollution and Household Cleaners

The thought of pollutants may create images in your mind of oil spilling in a body of water or black smoke pumped from a factory, but not all pollutants are as obvious or visible. Many of them turn up in






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From Guest Blogger Diana Smith: Sustainable Living–Tips and Tricks for Saving Water in the Bathroom

If you want to save up some money on your water bill and also help your planet by not wasting more water than necessary, you have made a great decision. A bathroom is an ideal place for such money-saving projects






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From Guest Blogger Emily Jones: Investing in Home Electricals – Save Money on your Energy Bills, and Make your Home Greener

Energy use in your home is the first port of call for you to reap the benefits of energy efficiency. As the demand rises for consumers to live green and save money at the same time, energy efficient product manufacturers






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From Guest Blogger Ian Pearson: Make Your Roof Stand Out Among Your Neighbors, and Make It Eco-Friendly

Installing a new roof is one of those investments which only happens once or twice during a lifetime. A properly installed roof functions not only as a protection against the elements, but is also considered as a way to raise






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From Guest Blogger Emma Joyce: How To Make A Small Space More Livable

Living in a small space doesn’t have to feel limiting and suffocating in any way. The key to comfy and functional small homes, and especially living rooms and bedroom, is in proper layout and décor placement. You may think that






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From Guest Blogger Diana Smith: Green Fixes for Your Home

Saving our planet has become the main goal of modern age. Countless companies and large businesses are getting into the green mentality and governments are aiming towards turning everything eco-friendly. Although it is an important part of paving a road






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From Guest Blogger Lillian Connors: Improve the Energy Efficiency of Your Roof

The roof is your home’s first line of defense against severe weather conditions, such as extreme heats, rain or snow. Its condition can affect your whole house and really add up to heating and cooling costs if it’s not done






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A Contributed Post: Need More Space? Here’s How To Get It in an Eco-Friendly Way

When your house starts to feel like the walls are slowly closing in, your family has become to big or you’ve stuffed your home full with large tables and other space-eating items that now means you have to breathe in






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From Guest Blogger Jason Garcia: The Future of Green Trends in Real Estate

There’s more to “going green” than being a Hollywood trend. It’s not something we ought to talk about or do something about just because Leo DiCaprio or Edward Norton told us to do so. After all, the consequences of not






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From Guest Blogger Eileen O’Shanassey: Tricks to Make Your Home More Energy Efficient

With rising energy costs and continuing concerns about environmental impact, plenty of people are looking for ways to make their homes more energy efficient and to save some money in the process. Luckily for you, the last few years have






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