Green Homes Blog

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Real Estate Sales Representative - Green Gamut
Green Home Design, Construction, Purchasing, and Re-Greening the Existing Home.

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2008 

Everyone should look at the purchase of a home like an investment.  Sadly, many homeowners don't get the maximum value out of their home because they don't treat their home like other investment vehicles. Benefits in appreciation or interest rate reduction are often more a result of luck than pla...
Posted over 5 years ago
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Choosing to go green doesn't have to be a hard complicated process.  If you have fun it will make going green not only easy, but an activity everyone can enjoy.  Start with one room, I would suggest a bedroom.  The idea here is simple, start with paint.  Simply look for NO VOC paint at your local...
Posted over 5 years ago
Before I choose real estate as a career, I worked in the chemical industry.  From the late 1980's commercial chemical sales started to look at the effects of bad indoor air quality, and the notion of sick buildings was formed.  Words like environmentally safer and green became the catch words tha...
Posted over 5 years ago
Defining green and helping you develop the confidence to buy green by familiarizing yourself with a few basic guidelines. •1)      A product is green if it improves the indoor air quality (IAQ), or reduces chemical exposure within a home, thereby improving the health of the people who live in it....
Posted over 5 years ago
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Learn ways in which to incorporate green, energy efficiency, and sustainability into your home. New construction, re-greening existing homes, affordability, health and in-door air quality are just a few topics discussed