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Update Your Flooring

The economy may be keeping a lid on spending, but when it comes to flooring, it’s driving trends. That’s because today’s cost-conscious consumer is more demanding of value than ever.

There’s definitely been a shift from spending to savings. But that doesn’t mean consumers aren’t buying flooring: it means they’re looking for value and comfort. They might not be moving up right now, but they’re still into feathering the nest.

 

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Three Simple Ways to “Go Green” in Your Home

Pollution from power plants and factories contribute greatly to the cause of pollution. However, these are not the only contributing factors to pollution. Houses are also a contributing factor to pollution. But homeowners can efficiently reduce the output of pollution of their homes. Now adapting a green lifestyle is more readily available than ever before, and single-handily one of the most effective ways to protect our environment. Residents can leave their green footprint on the world by reducing the amount of energy usage with these eco-friendly products. Read More

What Makes A House “Green?”

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When people think of green, some may think the color green, and some may think Earth.  Some people just don’t know that when you “Go Green, you will be saving money on bills by cutting back on water, electricity, energy, and even building materials. Another phrase to use besides “Go Green,” is “Eco-friendly,” Read More

Going Green In Your Home

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Today the environment plays a dramatic role in design and our daily lives. It’s important to develop good habits and use environmentally friendly solutions for the home. There are so many ways you can create healthy living. Plumbtile offers many products that will help guide you in the right direction. You can choose from  energy-efficient products, food preparation, cleaning habits, and using equipment made from sustainable materials. Here are some simple solutions for a healthy home and green living. Read More

Go Green with Beautiful Tiles

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The questions on most people’s mind are two things: How do I reduce my energy bills and how do I reduce my carbon footprint? Going green can be achieved with going weith all natural material in your tiles. Natural wood such as cork and stone tiles offer very beautiful choices but if you are more into the exotic look, consider coconut, pebble or teak mosaic tiles. And if you want to go 100% green you can purchase tiles made strictly from recycled materials. Read More

Going Green In Your Home

5 Simple Ways to Go Green!

It used to be that going green could really make you blue – in the not so distant past. Luckily, everyday products and items we use are going green and are even easier to achieve! From appliances to toilet paper, we will show you how easy it is to make the switch to a more eco friendly lifestyle. Here are 5 simple ways to Go Green in your kitchen and bathroom.
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5 Simple Ways to Go Green in Your Kitchen and Bathroom

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When you are thinking about remodeling or even designing your new home the latest trend is Eco-friendly building materials, appliances and even ways to cut cost and your carbon footprint. Some of the things are simple everyday changes you can make such as making meals for the week instead of the day that will save on fuel costs and save time, use a cloth tote instead of paper or plastic and you can cut down on your plastic containers and go for glass container. But if you are like most people you want to make a bigger change so here are a few ideas that will make the transition to a eco-friendly kitchen a little easier: Read More

New Homes Are Going Green!

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With all the talk of remodeling homes to “go green”, many people don’t realize that more and more homes are being built with standard green components! “The green building market has evolved beyond the crunchy-granola, Boulder types,” said David Johnston, a Colorado consultant and co-author of Toward a Zero Energy Home. “We have mainstream builders doing this.” Read More