With the way things are going climatically, a “greenhouse” is the way to go. While the options may presently be limited for an eco-friendly home, as green technology progresses, more eco-friendly equipment will be in the market. A good example of an eco-friendly home improvement is a self-adjusting thermostat.
Read on this article if you’re interested in improving the greenness of your home.
- Automated thermostat: It sounds too good to be true to have a home thermostat that alters the temperature for you automatically, but it exists. It keeps your house warm for when you get home and conserves energy in the daytime.
- Recycled Materials: Always recycle. Previously, we only did paper and plastic recycling, but now almost everything can be recycled, and they can end up right back in your house.
- Other Energy Sources: Solar panels, wind power, and geothermal systems are the future power sources. If you can’t install any of these for whatever reason, then you request an alternative energy source via your regular supplier.
- Green Spaces: Have you ever tried building your home from a flat-pack kit? They are vinyl-free, durable, and well-insulated with cellulose.