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For ideas on how homoeowners can make green and smart decisions when building, renovating or just looking to make their home more eco friendly.



Last Build Date: Wed, 30 Nov 2011 04:21:50 +0000

 



Comment on Green Building Perspectives: Control4 by castercomm

Wed, 30 Nov 2011 04:21:50 +0000

No, they do not



Comment on Eco-Friendly Siding by eco friendly

Fri, 04 Nov 2011 08:27:19 +0000

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Comment on Dave DeSimone: Why he makes me want to be a better person by Dave DeSimone

Fri, 04 Nov 2011 03:51:45 +0000

Hi Becca. Thank you so much for the support. It was a great trip and we really did appreciate the kind words and motivation from all sources along the way. Knowing people were spreading the word and pitching in on their own really made it worthwhile. Thank you for that. We made care packages for anyone that helped us along the way. Although the trip was two years ago, I still have one for you but never knew how to get it to you. Please e-mail me (davedesimone at gmail dot com) if you get this so I can give you a T-Shirt and DVD of the trip. I hope you've continued to travel and explore. All the best. -Dave D



Comment on Green Building Perspectives: Control4 by Greg

Fri, 14 Oct 2011 10:16:51 +0000

Does control4 have a green certification/ certificate of any kind??



Comment on Can you be a locavore? by Farmer Jess

Mon, 18 Apr 2011 18:23:06 +0000

Some people make built-in "loop holes" for concerns like coffee and still consider themselves to be locavores. If that helps more people make the move toward local eating, go for it! I hear a lot of other "locavores" making built-ins for spices, or for banannas for a special bananna cake or some other circumstance. The idea is to live in line with a philosophy of eating, not necessarily to be an ascetic. Idealogues and extremists spoil all kinds of good things for themselves and others. We find what works for us and can't tell anyone else how they "should" or "shouldn't" make their food decisions. I don't care too much one way or the other about banannas, but I make an allowance for responsibly-grown free-trade coffee. Life without coffee = a lot less fun :)



Comment on Day 3 of Geothermal: Installation, Well Drilling and a Look at Equipment by castercomm

Thu, 24 Mar 2011 16:05:45 +0000

Hi Konrad 1. At the time, I think I used around $3.00 per gallon, considering I just paid $3.89 per gallon for my office building, I underestimated the value of my system. 2. In my area it would probably have minimal impact because we have high water tables and a lot of ledge. It may help. Though we don't have one, many of my neighbors suffer form wet basements. 3. I don't have excess water. 4. I had no concern for freezing it was designed by the installer and it was what he recommended. Thanks, Kim



Comment on Building a Green Home, a Look Back by Peter Young

Thu, 24 Mar 2011 02:21:59 +0000

Going green has to be one of the best things I'v done in quit some time. For those of you who may be on the fence, go ahead and join the family. No more guessing, no more what if, it is good for you and for the environment.



Comment on Healthy Furniture is the Future in a Green Home by nea

Tue, 22 Feb 2011 08:05:20 +0000

like this article



Comment on Building a Green Home, a Look Back by Olmo - Electric Cars

Mon, 31 Jan 2011 18:24:24 +0000

Hi. Thank you for keeping this blog online.



Comment on Day 3 of Geothermal: Installation, Well Drilling and a Look at Equipment by konrad Streuli

Wed, 19 Jan 2011 16:35:22 +0000

Kim, a couple of questions for Kim: what was the per gallon oil price you used in your calculations? any thoughts on what your use of well water would do to groundwater levels if all your neighbors had a similar system? why do you have excess water coming from your wells? wouldn't that be easy to control with a valve of some sort/pressure reducer? you apparantly opted for an "open loop" system as opposed to a recirculating system. Is that because you were concerned about the cooler return water eventually freezing the system? thanks for any help